Just a short couple of days ago we brought you word of a new smartphone in development at Motorola. Up until today this was known by its codename - Bounce.
It will however be sold as the Moto X Force when it eventually launches. Along with the official name, we have a new leaked render of the device for your viewing pleasure.
It keeps the trademark Motorola design, so you're not definitely not going to confuse this with an offering from a different manufacturer. Since we've so far heard that there's a Droid Turbo 2 in the making for Verizon, it now seems likely that would be based on the Moto X Force, since Big Red's other Moto launch, the Droid Maxx 2, is basically just a rebranded Moto X Play. Then again, the carrier could have gone with the Moto X Style for its next-gen Turbo, we'll see.
The Moto X Force will apparently be "shatterproof", which suggests a military MIL-STD rating of some sort. This could be paired with water and dust resistance through an IP factor.
Inside the Moto X Force we'll find the Snapdragon 810 chip from Qualcomm, 3GB of RAM, 32 or 64GB of storage, as well as a 3,760 mAh battery (which, amazingly, is even bigger than that of the Moto X Play). The screen will be a 5.43-inch QHD affair, while the main camera will be the 21 MP unit seen in both of the other Moto X-branded devices launched this year, paired once again with a 5 MP selfie snapper.
Man it's getting tough keeping up with all these Motorola brand names lol
sorry to say, there is no motorola phones selling near my country. Keep up with the marketing. I have to say it is pretty ridiculous.
Star Wars comes to mind... Imagine Han Solo using this one in The Force Awakens ;) On a more serious note, I can't wait for SD 820. SD 810 is underpowered for such Force name IMO.