Motorola India has hinted in a series of tweets that the company's robust new offering Moto X-Force is coming to India soon. Reportedly this phone is going to be launched in India at the end of January or early in the February month.
The company tweeted out a video showing the teaser of the phone.
It also posted a bunch of comparison videos on its YouTube Channel where it shows off the strength of the phone against the flagships of the other companies.
First was the comparison video with Samsung's Galaxy S6 and then with Note 5.
Then it took on Apple's iPhone 6S, taunting the smartphone giant by saying, "First they bend then they break".
Next up on the battle front of ruggedness was HTC One M9.
Moto X-Force is the international version of Droid Turbo 2. It takes most of the specs from its cousin Moto X Pure with Snapdragon 810 processor and a 5.4-inch of QHD Display. It also sports a 21 MP of rear camera and a 5 MP of the front shooter. Though it carries a sizeable battery with the capacity of 3,760 mAh.
Motorola said it uses a Shatterproof display which would make the phone protected from drops and scratches. The price for the phone is yet to be declared but 32 GB version of the phone costs £499 in the UK so we can expect the phone to be in the range of Rs50,000 and more.
In November 2015 Month Motorola had launched Moto G Turbo edition in India.
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