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Moto X Force shows up again, this time in multiple hues

Today is Force Friday, with all manner of Star Wars-themed goodies arriving on the scene. However, despite the name, this is not one of them.

The previously leaked Moto X Force has appeared once again courtesy of @upleaks (via PhoneArena), this time in an array of colours.

The as-yet-unannounced smartphone first appeared in white and black, but new renders have shown it in fetching shades of red and blue too.

The device is said to have a front-facing camera with an LED flash, plus a shatter-proof 5.4-inch quad HD screen. The high-end smartie is reportedly packing the Snapdragon 810 processor as well as 3GB RAM and upto 64GB storage.

Previous leaks have suggested a 21-megapixel camera will be on the rear of the device, while a whopping 3760mAh battery should keep it going well into the next day.

The Moto X Force is reportedly scheduled for a December release, giving Motorola a formidable line-up of smartphones going into the holiday season.

The firm recently refreshed the budget kingpin, the Moto G, while the Moto X Style (aka Moto X Pure Edition) and the Moto X Play offers plenty of choice for consumers at multiple price points.

See also: Moto X Play review

With the inside track on speedy updates to Android 6.0 Marshmallow, Motorola could be Samsung’s chief challenger over the Christmas break.

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