UK Smartphone Users Can Now Preorder Motorola Moto X Force

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Droid Turbo 2/Moto X Force vs Moto X Pure/Style.

Located in Motorola’s hometown Chicago, the Moto Shop will not be outlining technical specs of the phones on display but instead offer customers an interactive environment with dedicated areas to experience them.FORT COLLINS, Colo., Nov. 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — With two full days of charge, there are thousands of moments to zap, talk, text and drop the new Motorola DROID Maxx 2 and DROID Turbo 2 from Verizon Wireless.The brand new smartphone was released last week in the United States and it’s going on stage next week in Europe and Asia, so if you want a Motorola Moto X Force, now you can pre-order it. The outlet offers a real-time Moto Maker to help you get a hands-on with genuine leathers, real words, and the braod-ranging colour palette to build a custom Moto X Pure Edition.

Defender Series and Commuter Series are available now for both devices in select Verizon Wireless retailers, so these smartphones won’t go one second without protection. Dubbed an ‘experimental boutique’ by the Chicago-based company, it will host a large display of smartphones and smartwatches, enticing customers to come take a look. The Droid Turbo 2/Moto X Force vs Moto X Pure/Style comparison that we’re sharing therefore covers both of these handsets, whichever titles they are carrying. The sleek Commuter Series combines two form-fitting layers for a thin, protective case for Motorola’s sleek new devices. [2] The outer shell and inner slipcover combine to pull shock away from the device, and port covers keep debris out of the charge and headphone connectors. Hands-on and sporting dedicated areas for customers, designed specifically to allow for testing, Moto Shop might be able to pitch more wearables and phones just in time to be delivered under the Christmas tree.

The phone has a 5.4 inch Quad HD display, so it’s almost as big as the new iPhone 6s Plus, which stands a bit taller at 5.5 inches, but bigger than the new iPhone 6s, which shies away at only 4.7 inches. Starting in 1998 with a line of dry boxes, OtterBox [®] has evolved into the No. 1-selling case for smartphones in the U.S. and a global leader in mobile device protection. [3] Its diverse lineup of protective solutions for smartphone and tablet devices is the result of precision engineering, diligent testing and continual technological advancement, giving technology users the confidence to make the most of their mobile world.

To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit: When you finally do plug it in, another miracle happens: The included 25W “Turbo Charger” gives you 13 hours of battery life in a quick 15 minutes, and you can fully charge the 3,760 mAh battery in about an hour.

It brings the bezels like a picture frame: Despite having no physical buttons or fingerprint reader under the screen, it has a sizeable chin, forehead, and sideburns. Thankfully, you can hide many of the preinstalled apps from view by holding your finger on the icon, dragging it to “App info,” and then disabling them.

But let’s be realistic here: Compared to the ability to withstand drop after drop after drop and run on a single charge for two days, it’s hard to complain about things like pedestrian looks and bloatware. Here’s hoping that shatterproof screen and quick-charging, high-capacity battery become commonplace across Motorola’s lineup, on slicker-looking phones, and possibly even a future Nexus device. Beyond its Verizon-only status, bloatware, and elderly OS, perhaps the biggest thing holding the Turbo 2 back is that we want our gadgets to be beautiful.

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