Super-fast 32GB ballistic black nylon model of Motorola’s latest smartphone with unique shatterproof display and ground-breaking battery technology will be available exclusively for distribution from Tech Data until the end of this year
Basingstoke, 05 November 2015 – Tech Data Mobile is offering the 32GB ballistic black nylon version of new Moto X Force smartphone on an exclusive distribution basis until the end of the calendar year. With the world’s first shatterproof smartphone display, Moto ShatterShield™, Motorola’s latest smartphone is expected to have strong appeal to users that want to make sure their screen stays intact.
According to Motorola, every two seconds a smartphone screen shatters1 and around one-in-five users are currently using a device with a cracked or shattered screen. The Moto X Force’s ultra hi-res 5.4-inch Quad HD AMOLED display is made of an integrated system of five layers that absorb shock from impact and are guaranteed not to shatter2.
The Moto X Force also comes with a stunning 21MP camera and a 5MP wide angle front-facing camera, a long-lasting battery life of up to 48 hours3, and the blazing-fast TurboPowerTM feature, which can deliver a charge of up to 13 hours in just 15 minutes4. The ballistic black nylon frame is durable yet lightweight and water-resistant; and with 32GB of memory and a powerful Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 810 processor with octa-core CPUs, the Moto X Force is a super-fast-performer.
James Turner, Android Business Development Manager at Tech Data Mobile, said: “The Moto X Force is built to withstand , so for business, public sector and personal users who want to be sure their smartphone screen won’t crack under pressure, it’s the perfect choice. With the Moto X Force they can banish the scourge or shattered screens once and for all. Sleek looks, amazing performance, incredible battery life and charging capabilities, plus a great specification and feature set, promise to make the ballistic black nylon model of the Moto X Force – which is available exclusively for distribution from Tech Data Mobile – one of the fastest selling smartphones this winter.”
Tech Data Mobile is expecting stocks of the Moto X Force 32GB ballistic black nylon model to be available for shipment in mid November. Dealers and resellers can place advanced orders through Tech Data’s InTouch online system. Until the end of December 2015, this model will be available only from Tech Data Mobile.
A video demonstrating the amazing shatterproof capabilities of the new Moto X Force can be viewed here. More information about the Moto X Force is available by visiting http://www.motorola.co.uk/products/moto-x-force.
Picture: James Turner, Andriod Business Developemnt Manager, Tech Data Mobile.
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Notes to editors
1 – Motorola Global Shattered Screen survey was conducted via an online survey of a total of 6,019 adults ages 18+ from September 29 – October 9, 2015. Adults were surveyed in each of the following countries: US (N=1018), UK (N=1000), Brazil (N=1000), China (N=1000), Mexico (N=1000), and India (N=1001).
2 – The display and embedded lens are warranted against shattering and cracking for four (4) years from the original date of purchase; scratches or other damage to the protective lens is not covered by this warranty, but should always be in place to prevent scratches and other damage to the underlying components. This phone is not shockproof or designed to withstand all damage from dropping. All other warranty exclusions, including scratches and other cosmetic damage, intentional damage or abuse, normal wear and tear and other limitations apply; Visit www.motorola.com for additional details.
3 – All battery life claims are approximate and based on a standard mixed use profile. The mixed use profile is based on Motorola devices on major 4G LTE networks with excellent coverage and includes both usage and standby time. Out-of-box settings are applied to the mixed use profile to project battery performance. Actual battery performance will vary and depends on many factors including signal strength, network configuration, age of battery, operating temperature, features selected, device settings, and voice, data, and other application usage patterns.
4 – Battery must be substantially depleted; charging rate slows as charging progresses.