Motorola claims to have made first shatterproof phone

Motorola claims to have made first shatterproof phone

Motorola has claimed that it has created the world’s first shatterproof phone, the Moto X Force.

The manufacturer explained that the product was protected by an ‘integrated system of five layers that absorb shock from impact and are guaranteed not to shatter’.

The brand are so confident about the resilience of the device its offering customers a 4 year shatterproof warranty on the product.

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Flagship specs

Sunetra Chakravarti, editor of Mobile Choice said: 'The Moto X Force has the same flagship toppling specs as the Moto X Play and Moto X Style that were launched earlier this year. The shatterproof display is obviously going to be its calling card, but the fabulous customisation options via MotoMaker that have become the USP of Motorola devices coupled with the 3760mAH battery, 21-MP camera and pure Android experience will further bolster its place amongst the heavies in the premium handset market.'

‘Combine this with a choice of 32/64 GB internal memory expandable upto 2TB via microSD and water repellent coating, you have a winner in your hands.'

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