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Shatterproof: The new Moto X Force

Dropped your phone? Don’t worry. Meet Moto X Force with ShatterShield technology – the world’s first phone with a shatterproof display!

Motorola’s new flagship Moto X Force has the ultimate solution for all of you who’ve had enough of shattered displays and expensive repairs: Moto ShatterShield Technology. Motorola’s revolutionary display consists of five layers. Countless entertaining videos created by the manufacturer but also the media, such as CNN, demonstrate the indestructibility of the 5.4" AMOLED display and put it to the test against other leading brands.

This high-end device may be pricey but, in addition to its revolutionary display, it impresses with additional hardware highlights and amazing features.

Product highlights

  • 2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 octa-core processor – for a smooth user experience.
  • 21 Mp rear camera with 4K video recording – to capture those important moments in all their detail.
  • 3GB RAM, 32GB memory, up to 2TB additional storage – for even more space.
  • 3.760mAh battery – for even more on-the-go power.
  • Guaranteed upgrade to Marshmallow 6.0 – for the best Android has to offer.
  • Moto X Force (5.40", 32GB, 21MP, Black)
  • Moto X Force (5.40", 32GB, 21MP, Black)
  • Moto X Force (5.40", 32GB, 21MP, Black)
CHF 326.–
Motorola Moto X Force (5.40", 32GB, 21MP, Black)
Dropped your phone? Don't worry. Meet Moto X Force with ShatterShield technology – the world’s first phone with a shatterproof display!
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  • Only 2 piece(s)
    in our warehouse

Collection

  • Basel: tomorrow at 12:30
  • Bern: tomorrow at 12:00
  • Dietikon: tomorrow at 13:30
  • Geneva: tomorrow at 14:00
  • Kriens: tomorrow at 13:00
  • Lausanne: tomorrow at 12:30
  • St Gallen: tomorrow at 13:00
  • Winterthur: tomorrow at 12:00
  • Wohlen: tomorrow at 11:00
  • Zurich: tomorrow at 12:15

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Information subject to change.

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From home automation to all IP to the latest phones and gadgets – there’s a lot happening in telecommunication and networking! Which rising stars are lighting up our smart multimedia galaxy? And what devices are not even worth mentioning? That’s what I try to find out when I’m at the office. When I’m not at my desk at digitec, there’s a good chance I’m at Gigathlon or Ironman Zurich (in a TEAM, not as a single contestant), cooking Indian food or travelling to exotic countries.

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User Michelle Oehri

Hi urs.bolt! Danke für deine Anfrage. Das Moto Maxx wurde in Brasilien wohl als Droid Turbo vermarktet. Das Moto X Force ist Übersee nun als Droid Turbo 2 und somit als Nachfolger eingeführt worden. Hinsichtlich Design (z.B. Nylonstruktur auf Rückseite) und Ausstattung (z.B. 21MP-Kamera, superstarker Akku) weisen die Geräte Parallelen auf.

11.01.2016
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User Michelle Oehri

Hallo benaep! Danke auch dir für deine Frage. Genau – den "internen" Speicher von 32GB kannst du mit einer MicroSD-Karte auf bis zu 2TB aufrüsten. Eine Auswahl an passenden Speicherkarten findest du auf der Produktübersicht des Moto X Force unter Zubehör.

12.01.2016
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User novarx.ch

Hallo Zusammen,
Noch eine kleine ergänzung zu den 2TB an erweiterbarerm Speicher.
Dies ist lediglich ein theoretischer wer, man könnte eine SD-Karte mit bis zu 2TB Speicher verwenden.
Jedoch wird in den nächsten Monaten wohl keine "massentaugliche" SD-Karte mit 2TB Speicher erwerblich sein.
Gruss

14.01.2016
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