Motorola Moto X Force smartphone tested to destruction

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Motorola’s latest flagship Android smartphone survives over two-storey drops, stomps, trips down the stairs and being hurled at the wall only to succumbed to an intense beating with a hammer.
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Still the screen didn’t shatter, even if the phone wouldn’t turn on, got very very hot and started to smell

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15 Comments on Motorola Moto X Force smartphone tested to destruction

  1. In Iraq, the temperature reaches 53 Do you bear this heat in a closed car and at a temperature of 53 because the screen made of plastic, not glass materials

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