Sunday, June 18, 2017

Motorola Moto X Force Review

Motorola Moto X Force is a variant of Moto X Style with some differences among them and surely the presence of a safety glass. The Moto X Force package is contained within a larger package. Inside there is a TurboCharger for quick charging and a small accessory to remove the nano-sim and microSD slots.

Motorola Moto X Force is indeed a variant of Moto X style, but with some important differences in style. The rear now has a more geometric and more modern form, with even a plot in ballistic nylon that is very beautiful to the eye and pleasant to touch. The shell remains in metal and as a whole is guaranteed water resistance according to the IP52 standard.


The processor within this smartphone is 2 GHz Snapdragon 810 octa core, accompanied by a GPU Adreno 430, 3 GB RAM and 32 GB internal memory expandable via microSD. The LTE connectivity is up to 150 Mbps, the Wi-Fi is a/b/g/n/ac and Bluetooth 4.1. Do not miss the NFC and GPS assisted by GLONASS. On the front, we have two openings at the bottom, but only one of them is a speaker. This does not change the fact that the power and also the audio quality is definitely above average.


The main camera is 21 megapixels and offers a good quality, especially with a good light where details are clearly visible throughout the shot. More details even in low light photos, but where digital noise starts to take over. We then two two-tone LED flash and there is also a front LED flash to support the good 5 megapixels wide-angle front camera. The videos are discreet and recording at resolutions up to 4K (or even in slow motion at 720p). Not the shutter especially convenient interface, which does not enjoy a large number of options.


The screen of this Moto X Force is a 5.4-inch resolution qHD (2560x1440 pixels). The brightness is very good, as well as the vision (also thanks to the fact of being in technology corners AMOLED ). Less faithful instead the colors, which are still very good (but slightly below Moto X Style). Surprising instead the resistance of the display. Motorola guarantees four years This part of us after 10 frontal falls on the stone came out slightly bruised on the metal part.


Android is updated to version 7 of Android Nougat and offers the most classic (excellent) customizations by Motorola. We speak for example Moto Display, that can receive notifications on the locked screen display, Moto Voice to impart (even complex) voice commands, Moto Assist to automate certain features and Moto Actions, which supports some gesture, such as to open the camera, to start the flash and the Moto Voice to start a more discreet approaching your ear.

For the rest of the phone is almost a Stock Android phone. We have Chrome for the internet that offers good performance, and Motorola gallery for videos and photos. For music, you must instead use Google Play Music. The system is extremely quick and responsive, just as one would expect from such a product.

The 3760 mAh battery provides a range of which falls into the (high) expectations we had. It will not be a champion but will manage to take you to the end of your working day even with a major use, what is not obvious since the much-talked processor from the energy point of view. Well, the ability to quickly charge your phone thanks to the turbocharger.


Motorola Moto X Force is sold in India at Rs 12499 in Flipkart. Motorola Moto X Force is in many ways a Moto X Style. The price has gone up greatly and therefore the product is especially recommended to those looking for a particularly durable device.

Motorola announced Moto C and Moto C Plus, two smartphones designed for users who do not have big needs but wish to live the most of the Android experience. The models are available now with prices starting from Rs 5,999. A surprise, in time for summer, the two new colorful Motorola smartphones will occupy the entry level segment.

Moto C and Moto C Plus is aimed at a younger audience and to all those users who do not want too many claims but want to take advantage of an updated system and be able to run the core applications without too much trouble. Moto C shows a compact and attractive design. The back cover is micro-textured and comes in three different colors of Metallic Cherry, Fine Gold, and Starry Black.

The screen is a 5 inch TFT with minimum resolution of 854x480 pixels, but all things considered, it is sufficient for messaging and social networks. On board are 1 GB of RAM, 16 GB for internal storage expandable up to 32 GB via microSD and the 64-bit MediaTek MT6737m 1.1 GHz quad-core processor.

The main camera is 5 MP camera with f/2.4 aperture, LED flash that can shoot HDR photos and shoot video at 720p. The front camera is only 2 MP but thanks to the presence of LED flash allows you to take more bright selfies. There are also Bluetooth 4.2, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, gravity sensor, GPS and a 3.5mm jack. Among the high-end features, considering the price range, we find the 4G support, Android Nougat 7.0, the slots to use two SIM cards and especially a 2350 mAh removable battery which according to the manufacturer, promises good performance.

Moto C Plus is the enhanced version of Moto C. The design and the colors available are practically identical. The 5-inch screen here is in HD (1280 x 720 pixels). Both the device will coexist, as the two models differ from each other with the amount of RAM. The first is with 1 GB only while the second is with 2 GB, the ROM is instead of 16 GB for both, expandable with microSD up to 32 GB.

The processor chosen is the 1.3 GHz MediaTek MT6737 64-bit quad-core while almost anything does not change with regard to the camera compared to its younger brother, except for the sensor of the rear camera that in this model is 8 MP. Also present is Bluetooth 4.2, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, GPS, gravity sensor and 3.5mm jack. Here Motorola focuses on features such as support for 4G network, for the dual SIM card slots, the latest version of Android and a super 4000 mAh battery that provides up to 30 hours with heavy usage.

Both models are available immediately, Moto C is sold at the list price of Rs 5,999 while the Moto C Plus version with 1 GB RAM is offered to the public at Rs 8,399.

Lenovo Moto Z2 Play, the new medium-high range phablet is official that will replace the original Lenovo Moto Z Play which made its debut last year. It includes a 3000 mAh battery, 4GB RAM so as to meet an even more consistent use. We go into detail with all the information available on this model that coincides with rumors about the next-generation phone, thanks to the web rumors, which have proved to be more reliable and trustworthy.

Lenovo Moto Z2 Play is ready to debut with a 5.5-inch screen with Full HD resolution (1920×1080) pixels, an octa-core Snapdragon 626 processor accompanied by 3/4 GB of RAM and an internal memory of 32/64 GB, 12 megapixel camera on the back with dual pixel technology and phase detection autofocus, aperture f/1.7, 5 megapixel front sensor with an aperture of f/2.2 and dual flash LED, compatibility with MotoMods that additional modules to increase the potential, one fingerprint scanner and in fact a battery of 3000mAh with USB fast-C on. The available out of the box operating system will be Android 7.1 Nougat with a slight proprietary interface.

Moto Z2 Play will be released in the next few weeks in Lunar Gray, Nimbus Blue and Fine Gold, namely gray, blue and gold colors and will be accompanied by four other Moto Mods as JBL SoundBoost 2, Moto TurboPower Pack, Moto Style Shells with Wireless Charging and Motorcycles GamePad. The sale price of Moto Z2 Play will be around $ 500 in the US.