Anonymous, 29 Oct 2015very poor Design Compared with first turbo model ..........True, there are no differences now between the moto family and droid's
Great device, but it's a fault this device doesn't have optical image stabilisation.
does this phone have finger print sensor??.. If it haves it would be a perfect phone to buy..
Moto X Force for international version,
Motorola just shared a video on facebook teasing this device.
Anonymous, 29 Oct 2015LG does not state that the v10 is shatterproof?!?the official site describe the MIL-STAD 810G
"1. The LG V10 passed a military standard test for shock (MIL-STD-810G Method 516.6, Procedure IV Â– "Transit Drop"") that consists of 4-foot drops onto 2" of plywood over concrete. The test includes impacts on every face, edge and corner of the device. Further, the device passed an enhanced version of the Transit Drop test consisting of 26 drops from 4 feet onto a concrete surface. "Passed" is defined as the absence of any of the following issues: surface cracks, inoperability of device including camera, and separation of screen from monitor. Device may not perform as tested in all conditions. Test performed in controlled environment. Do not attempt."
The Android Authory already made a test and a quick review, and the gorilla glass 4 is shattered, but still worked fine, because of the dual layer touch like in this device.
Is battery removable or as traditionally for Motorola shit,garbage non-removable?
Great to hear for this device about OLED display ...expecting a lot more from this device that are lacking in moto x play i.e Gyro sensor .... Temperature sensor..... an IR blaster....ofcourse a Long lasting Battery .......and most important Notification LED...
Done, 28 Oct 2015Is this international or only in usa?Sadly, this is only for USA, Verizon.
Phecabooth, 28 Oct 2015I bet it will last at least 2 days
I have a Moto Maxx it is a last years DROID Turbo just reb... moreImpressive stuff.
They have never been the first manufacturer I consider when going for a new device, but I've got to hand it to Motorola, they are really pushing this battery thing, and not following in on the 'thinner device and smaller battery is somehow better' trend. Good on them for that.