The expansion of Motorola to other parts of the world is reaching another level on the 8th of February, 2016 with the release of the flagship phone of Motorola, the “Shatterproof” Moto X force. It is going to cost a fortune of about Rs 50,000 which is roughly $735.
Stateside, the Verizon-exclusive Droid Turbo 2 model costs a good 110 bucks less, while in most European countries it’s available in, the big-battery 5.4-incher starts at €700 ($760).
Compared to the Moto X Style, you’d think the X Force can cook dinner and take you out to a show, as the former only sets you back Rs 30,000 ($440) on Flipkart. But at least the latter is (much) cheaper than the BlackBerry Priv, as well as slightly more affordable than the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus.
Beginning February 8, when Flipkart and Amazon.in kick off e-sales, with Spice Hotspot and Croma headlining the offline retail roster. The “entry-level” pricing shall score you the 32GB configuration in black or grey ballistic nylon or white soft grip rubber, an extra $60 (4,000 rupees) netting you twice the internal storage space.
As everywhere else around the globe, the Motorola Moto X Force uses its “shatterproof” display as a big selling point, alongside fast battery charging, a remarkable 21MP dual-LED flash rear camera, and Snapdragon 810 processing power. And to support Lenovo’s faith in that unbreakable screen, standard manufacturer warranty comes in at a whopping four years.
Source: The New Indian Express