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Reviewed on 2016-11-11
The number one thing you want to feel when you buy a smartphone is confidence – especially when it comes to Android devices. When it comes to the biggest smartphone OS in the world, there are so many players in the space that it sometimes feels like there...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-09
No screen cracking worries, very good value for money, excellent screen, good cameraCan run a little hot in the hand in game play, no fingerprint unlock
How many people do you know with a nasty crack in the screen of their phone? Motorola's big push on the Moto X Force mobile phone is that it's immune to such concerns. It doesn't mince words on the matter, saying the Moto X Force features “Moto ShatterShi...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-13
Really hard to break, Good value, Great battery life, Zippy, runs mostly unmodified version of AndroidDull, washed out screen, Last year's phone, technically, A little bulky, Camera could be better
Outright Cost: $599The Moto X Force is a smartphone that's defined by its durability. Motorola says the device's "ShatteShield" display is the first smartphone screen that's guaranteed not to crack or shatter. And if you somehow do manage to damage it, th...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-21
Motorola, or Lenovo's brand Moto as they seem to be called now, are something of a strange beast. They host a range of products which are highly sought after, and yet they continually fail to get those devices into the hands of the consumers lusting after...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-06
Guaranteed shatterproof screen, Twoday, fastcharging battery, Decent rear cameraNo fingerprint reader, Lastgen Android software, A year old already
You'd be forgiven for being confused about which phone to buy these days. The choice can be bewildering at certain price points – especially in the $500 to $800 region. But when the Moto X Force throws its hat into the ring it backs things up with some he...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-04
Tired of handling your smartphone with care? Want to have a flagship with all the bells and whistles but you're not good at keeping an expensive piece of equipment out of trouble? Motorola to the rescue. The Moto X Force is a shock and water-proof flagshi...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-22
I tend to carry a Moto X 2nd Generation as part of my business travel kit, as deputy to my iPhone 6s . I got a shock in the US recently, however, when I smashed the screen of the Moto and tried to get it replaced. That cheap-looking repair stores were say...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-21
M otorola has a habit of coming up with a product everyone's gagging for, yet no other manufacturer has thought to produce. Last time it was the Motorola Razr Maxx with its enormous battery. This time, it's sheer toughness. The Motorola Moto X Force is...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-18
Shatterproof display, Topnotch internals, Marshmallow with all its vanilla goodness, Reliable battery lifeCamera isn't as good as the competition, No fingerprint scanner, A costly proposition
After its comeback in the Indian market, Motorola has rejigged its smartphone portfolio in an admirable manner. Unlike other phone makers who have overlapping devices in various price brackets, the Lenovo-owned brand has different models targeting differe...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-23
Android 6.0, very fast SoC, dualSIM sot, unbreakable glass, extremely robust, highquality build, 4year warranty on screen, 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution, very good 21 MP camera, long battery life, short charging timesOne mono speaker only, hybrid slot involves compromises, not waterproof, SoC throttles under high temperatures, headset not included
Tough. According to Motorola, the Moto X is the very first smartphone in the world to have an unbreakable screen. However, our test shows that the 5.4-inch handset not only comes with a decent amount of resistance, but it also convinces with plenty of oth...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-22
Durable Design, Shatterproof Display, Ballistic Nylon Back Provides Good Grip and isn't Fingerprint Prone, Good Audio Quality, Good Battery Life and Turbo Charging as well as Wireless Charging, Processor is a Bit Dates (For a 0 Smartphone), Brilliant V...No fingerprint sensor, Screen is prone to scratches, Only GB of RAM, No Dedicated microSD Card Slot (Since the X Style and X Play Had It)
Up until 2014, Motorola had a maximum of 3 or 4 devices on their portfolio at any given point of time. Last year, Moto basically expanded their lineup by introducing not one, but two smartphones in the X lineup. The X Style and X Play were touted as being...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-17
Shatterproof Display, Rear Camera, Longer Batter LifeExpensive, Bit Bulky, Display Viewing Angle
Motorola has a fairly simple product philosophy, by keeping it simple but adding features that people care about. The company latest device - the Moto X Force, touted as super-tough phone, comes with Shatterproof display, which claimed to have a screen th...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-17
High contrast, Sharp picture, Great build, Shatterproof screen, Massive battery, Expandable storageColours could be more natural, Poor lowlight photography
Accidents happen. It's inevitable. That's why we love it when manufacturers not only keep that in mind, but also show off how much they've kept that in mind. Take the Motorola Moto X Force, so named presumably because it requires a significant amount of...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-09
Attractive image quality in good light, Ultra HD video, High resolution, shatterproof screen, Water resistant, Good battery life, MicroSD expandability, Customisable casingHigh price when compared to other Moto phones, Average low light performance, No ISO or WB control, Lacks realtime filter effects, Lowresolution panoramas, Not quite as sleek as some rivals
In a world where smartphones are separated by extra screen resolution and faster processors, how do you really stand out from the crowd? Motorola thinks it has the answer with the Moto X Force, as this smartphone sports a shatterproof display guarant...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-08
Have you ever dropped your phone, and then had that moment of panic before you pick it up when you think “Oh s*!t How much is that going to cost me to fix?” If you have, then this is the review you need to read. The Moto X Force is not by any means the pr...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-08
Motorola's super-tough phone - the Moto X Force, that come with Shatterproof display, claimed to have a screen that will not break, no matter how many times you drop it.There are two factors that make the Moto X Force stand out from the crowd. First is it...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-16
Shatterproof screen, Excellent design and build, Good camera, Great screen, Superb software and performance, Great battery lifeRuns Android 5.1 out of the box, SingleSIM capability, No fingerprint sensor, Expensive
Smartphone screens are brittle, expensive, and downright depressing when broken. We've heard countless stories of how the smallest drop has shattered a screen, followed by the heartbreak of having to shell out a lot of money for repairs and then having to...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-15
Design : Moving beyond the shatterproof display, the Moto X Force isn't a sleek, beautiful looking device. Instead, it feels big and sturdy to hold. There is a 5.4-inch quad HD display with 540 ppi density, which makes everything super bright and crisp. T...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-11
Shatterproof display, Flagship level performance, Good cameraExpensive
When it comes to destroying smartphones, the only thing more common than water damage is a broken screen. So, when Motorola announced a shatterproof screen on its Moto X Force, we all took notice. The company wants you to shell out 50,000 bucks for it tho...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-08
I t cannot be easy being the Moto X Force . Ever since Motorola (scratch that, we mean Moto by Lenovo ) announced the device, plots were being hatched to damage it in the worst manner possible. Hitting it with a hammer, stamping on it with hob nailed book...
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