The fracture of the glass that protects the smartphone screen (or even the screen itself) is something that a good part of mobile users suffer at some time in their life, and more with the growth in size of these teams making them more fragile, more likely to fall from the hand because it should be more open.
According to a Motorola study, at least half of the population with a smartphone had, on average, a computer that had the screen cracked; in some countries, such as Mexico, India or China, it exceeds 60%. 23% continued using the smartphone although it hurt their finger; 42% of respondents say that fixing the screen was the biggest expense they made in fixing the phone.
For some time now, companies like Corning have been working to create a glass that is shock resistant; the company is the creator of Gorilla Glass that is in most of the current phones; The last version, Gorilla Glass 4, promises to protect the equipment from one meter from one meter.
To achieve this, the company created a five-layer screen: an external, rigid protective glass (similar to what many users add to their phones), another interior glass that protects the screen without breaking; a double touch sensor (if one of them fails; to maintain touch sensitivity in the equipment); a flexible AMOLED display, made with a plastic substrate, similar to the one Samsung uses in its latest equipment; and an aluminum chassis to give structural integrity to the equipment.
Screen with warranty for 4 years
In fact, Motorola sells this equipment with a warranty for 4 years protecting the screen from breakage or cracks resulting from bumps and drops,but not of cosmetic damage or scratches generated with normal use of the equipment, and clarifying that it is not designed to withstand any type of damage (and avoid, it can be assumed, the judgments of those who seek to find the limit of the durability of the Moto X Force) .
The rest of Moto X Force It is more conventional (and is identical to the Droid Turbo 2 that the company sells in the United States): a screen of 5.4 inches QHD (2560 x 1440 pixels), chip Qualcomm Snapdragon 810, 3 GB of RAM, 32 or 64 GB of storage (and microSD slot), 21 megapixel camera (with f / 2.0 aperture double LED flash and 4K recording), a 3760 mAh battery with wireless charging and 5 microphones for cancellation of noise; In addition, 4G, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth and NFC.
Like other equipment, the internal components are covered by a film that protects them from water, but is not submersible. The thickness of the equipment is between 7.6 and 9.2 mm. Like the rest of the Moto X, be sold in different versions of covers for the battery (plastic, leather, etc.). Run with Android 5.1.
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