Moto X Force costs ₹49,999 and the screen has 4 years of warranty
Motorola has launched the Moto X Force for ₹49,999 (32 GB storage) and ₹53,999 (64 GB storage). The phone comes with a shatter-proof display, 25 Watt charger for quick charging, water resistance and a 5.4 inch QHD display.
Motorola has launched the 32 and 64 GB versions of Moto X Force for ₹49,999 and ₹53,999. The phone comes with a shatter-proof display, 25 Watt charger for quick charging, a water resistant body and a 5.4-inch QHD display.
Known as the Droid Turbo 2 in international markets, Moto X Force's USP is the 'ShatterShield' display, which the company claims can easily absorb any impact and won't crack for up to a period of 4 years. To back up their claim, Motorola offers 4 years of warranty on the screen and swapping the exterior protector lens if scratches form on it.
The ShatterShield mechanism uses five layers, the innermost layer is made out of aluminium chassis to reinforce shatter proof display. The top layer is an Exterior Protective Lens, which gets the company's trademark Hardcoat to absorb heavy impacts.
Apart from its ShatterShield QHD AMOLED display, the Moto X Force features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 SoC bundled with 3GB of RAM and will come in 32GB/64GB storage options. Juicing up all that power would be a 3,760mAh battery. In terms of optics, the smartphone will feature a 21-megapixel camera powered by Sony's IMX230 image sensor, along with a 5-megapixel camera on the front.
The phone also has 4G connectivity and runs Android Lollipop under the hood.
As the most expensive smartphone in the Moto line-up, the Moto X Force packs a display with 540 DPI pixel density and charging it for 15 minutes juices it up to last eight hours.
On the software front, as a Motorola phone, the tweaks like Moto Voice for voice commands, and Moto actions for quick camera and flashlight access are also included.
The phone will be available in Chroma, Amazon, Flipkart and Spice stores.