Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: Motorola is launching the Moto X Force in India today. The smartphone is the Indian version of the Droid Turbo 2, which was the launch in the US in October in 2015
The shatterproof display and overall sturdiness are the key selling points of the device.
The company claims that the Moto X Force is shatter proof due to application of a technology, which it calls ‘ShatterShield technology’.
As per BGR, the company has essentially integrated multiple layers of material into the device that helps in absorbing the shock and prevent the screen from cracking.
These layers include proprietary hard coat for exterior protection, a shield for protecting the interior lens, dual touch layer for safeguarding touch-sensitivity and touch-screen, and an aluminum chassis.
Motorola is so sure of its technology that it claims the screen won’t crack or shatter for up to four years.
The phone falling under Moto category itself signals that the price is expected to be steep. The company launched lower priced phones under its Lenovo category.
As per the industry sources, The 32GB version of Moto X Force is expected to cost around Rs 40,000. The gadget is expected may be bought on Amazon and Flipkart