The lyrics of David Guetta’s Titanium are the kind that inspire you. The track speaks of being invincible and bulletproof, and are sure to give you strength on the kind of days when you need it. Unfortunately, most smartphones are anything but indestructible; the smallest drop can put a crack in your screen that will cost a lot of money to fix. Simply put, you have everything to lose. Unfortunately, dropping phones has become a part of our lives now. It’s impossible to be that careful with an object you use for many hours a day and pull out of your pocket numerous times.
However, iconic smartphone maker Motorola offered just that when it launched the Moto X Force two years ago in India. It came with a guarantee that its screen would not break, thanks to Moto’s ShatterShield technique for smartphone screens. Naturally, the phone was a success, and it’s still available to buy even today despite its dated hardware. Soon after, Moto moved on to its modular approach, starting with the Moto Z and Moto Z Play, and the shatterproof concept was seemingly left behind.
Today, we’re reviewing the new Moto Z2 Force. Priced at Rs 34,999, we see Lenovo-owned Motorola bringing back a premium product to India after 2016’s flagship modular Moto Z. The Moto Z2 Force comes with the same ShatterShield display and guarantee of screen durability as the Moto X Force and The Moto Z Force before it, and also brings flagship specifications and the benefits of Moto’s modular functionality. We review this flagship device that hopes to challenge the dominance of OnePlus, Apple and Samsung over the premium market in India. Here’s our video review of the Moto Z2 Force!