Just how shatterproof is the Moto X Force?
Sitting alongside the Moto X Style, Moto X Play and Moto G, the Moto X Force might seem like your run of the mill flagship. It's got a speedy Snapdragon 810 processor, 3GB RAM and a 21MP camera on the back. But, the killer feature here is the display.
Not because of the its quad-HD resolution, that's fairly standard these days, but because of the tech used. Instead of a glass display, Motorola is using something it calls a ShatterShield panel. This is made up of an integrated system of five layers that will absorb shock and impact when you drop the phone on the pavement.
We put the Moto X Force through it paces, can it withstand the drop test? Check out the video below and see
Layer 1, for instance, is a hardened topper that guards against 'dents and abrasions' while a 'dual-touch layer' takes over if some damage does happen to the main touchscreen.
Watched the video? Good. As you can probably tell, Motorola isn't exaggerating with its claims about the Moto X Force.
As hard we tried, we couldn't smash the display. After dropping it onto concrete, throwing it down stairs, knocking it off tables and even hitting it with an, almost, real life lightsaber that screen refused to shatter. We did manage to ding the sides, but nothing to wreck that screen.
Stay tuned for the full Moto X Force review
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