Moto X Force The Toughest Phone Launched at Rs. 49999

Moto X Force The Toughest Phone Launched at Rs. 49999

Moto X Force is the latest flagship phone launched by Motorola with damn good exclusive features for a better user experience. The Moto X Force is claimed to be the first smartphone that guarantees Shatter Proof with Motorola proprietary ShatterShield technology and comes with a 4-years of warranty on the display. The all new Moto X Force is launched at a starting price of Rs. 49999 and will go on sale from 8th February 2016 on online e-commerce partners like Flipkart, Amazon and offline stores like: Spice, Chroma etc.

Key Specifications of Moto X Force:

  • 5.4 inch quadHD Shatter Proof display (1440p, 540ppi) with Moto ShatterShield.
  • Powered by Snapdragon 810 Processor and runs on 3GB RAM.
  • 21MP primary camera with a 5MP selfie shooter.
  • Comes in 32GB/64GB static memory variants with an expandable storage option of upto 2TB.
  • 3760mAh battery capacity that is claimed to sustain for 30 hours.

Here are some of the exclusive features of Moto X Force:

First ever shatter proof phone:

Now you don’t have to worry if you drop your priceless smartphone that you love more than yourself. Build to be shatter-proof, the display is made of an aluminium rigid core with a flexible AMOLED screen and consists of not one but a two-layer touchscreen panel. In case one touchscreen panel goes bad the phone will still be usable. The final result is a screen that is 5.4 inches in size with a QHD display that will rough it out right alongside you.

The lasting ability and TurboPower charging capabilities:

With the ever-increasing daily usage of the smartphone, the battery also drains out quickly, but not anymore. The Moto X Force comes with a 3760mAh battery, which can last for more than a day. In addition, with the added comfort of the Quick Charging feature, your phone will never be run out of juice.

Its elephantine memory:

As mentioned earlier the phone comes with expandable memory via microSD card which supports up to 2TB. Yes, you read that right – 2TB! Now you can carry more than 500,000 images, more than 250,000 sound tracks and more than 600 Full HD (1920 x 1080) movies on your smartphone.

The front and rear cameras:

Adding to the device’s premium features is the 21MP rear camera with dual LED flash and Phase Detect Autofocus ensuring that capturing the perfect shot simply becomes a habit! The 21MP primary camera has scored a DXO score 84, which is an outstanding value. For the selfie addict, the 5MP front camera with flash ensures envy-worthy clear pictures.

Its splash-proof abilities:

The X Force also comes with a special coating that allows it to withstand a quick splash in water and still run like new.

Priced at Rs 49,999 for the 32 GB variant and Rs 53,999 for the 64 GB variant, the X Force promises to be a likely contender for the smartest Android phone of the year!

Here is the Moto X Force launch event in India:

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