Motorola Moto X Force review: Handle without care
Handle without care
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 flagship, with high-performance hardware, an impressive camera and a clean Android experience.
The Moto X Force is the true heavyweight in the Moto X lineup. It has a 5.4" Quad HD AMOLED screen, a Snapdragon 810 chipset with 3GB of RAM, a 21MP camera with PD-AF, a massive 3,760mAh battery, and stock Android Marshmallow.
Motorola has always tried to meet two popular market demands: a clean Android OS with on-time updates and protection against the elements.
There are plenty of waterproof phones on offer and this isn't the path Motorola chose for the X Force. Instead, it's covered against different, but equally likely, accidents such as cracking the screen or putting a dent in the case. In addition to the shatter-proof screen, the Moto X Force's internals feature a water-repellent nano-coating, which means it is more likely to survive accidental dips than an average handset.
Let's explore the Moto X Force in details.
- 5.4" AMOLED display of QHD (2560 x 1440px) resolution; 540 ppi
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset; quad-core 2.0 GHz Cortex-A57 & quad-core 1.5 GHz Cortex-A53 CPU; Adreno 430 GPU; 3GB of RAM;
- 32/64GB of built-in memory; microSD card slot (up to 200GB)
- Launched on stock Android 5.1.1 Lollipop with no bloatware, Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow already available
- 21 MP main camera with f/2.0 aperture; phase detect autofocus; dual-tone LED flash; gesture controls
- 4K video capture @ 30fps; 1080p video capture @ 30fps; slow-motion video capture
- 5MP front-facing camera with f/2.0 aperture; LED flash
- Cat. 6 LTE support; 802.11a/g/b/n/ac + MIMO; Bluetooth 4.1 LE; NFC; GPS; IR blaster
- 3,760mAh battery; TurboPower quick charging; Wireless charging
- Internals with water repellent nano-coating
- Shatter-proof display
- The battery is not user-replaceable
- No fingerprint sensor
- Snapdragon 810 is no longer Qualcomm's best SoC, and it makes the phone heat up under pressure
- Single color option
The Motorola Moto X Force omits the fingerprint scanner, which has been steadily making its way into the midrange, but is a feature most people can probably live without in a rugged phone. The battery sounds beefy enough even for that QHD screen, so the fact you can't swap it is at least somewhat mitigated.
The important thing about the Moto X Force is it doesn't need to be handled with care and that probably lets it get away with more things than most phones would. That said, most phones are not the Moto X Force's target anyway. This one will need every bit of shatter-proofing it's got because it's really going against the flagships. What are its chances? We begin to find out right after the break.
Phone is not make voice call .how to solve it?
- 25 Oct 2017
Got this phone for 290 us dollars 64gb very happy :))
- 29 Jun 2017
Best phone but no volte no update 6.0.1.
- 06 Jun 2017