Motorola Moto X Force (aka DROID Turbo 2) "3C" certified in China

Motorola Moto X Force (aka DROID Turbo 2) "3C" certified in China
Just the other day, we informed you that the Motorola XT1585, previously pinned to a unannounced phone code named the Motorola Kinzie, had been certified by the GCF. The rumored specs happen to match those expected for the Motorola Moto X Force. The buzz around the water cooler is that this phone will carry an unbreakable 5.43-inch glass, and will be marketed in the U.S. as the Motorola DROID Turbo 2, making it a Verizon exclusive in the states.

Out of China today comes some evidence that a Motorola model XT1581 has been certified in the country by China's 3C certification website. The phone is believed to be a country specific model of the Moto X Force. The certification only proves that the device will support TD-LTE connectivity.

The Moto X Force certainly offers specs that would fit with the idea that it could be a sequel for the Motorola DROID Turbo in the U.S. We expect the handset to have an unbreakable 5.43-inch screen, with a resolution of 1440 x 2560. The Snapdragon 810 SoC will drive the device, bringing with it an octa-core CPU and the Adreno 430 GPU. 3GB of RAM is inside, along with 32GB/64GB of native storage. The camera combo from back to front weighs in at 21MP/5MP, and a 3760mAh battery keeps the lights on. The phone could be priced at $630 USD.

We should see the Motorola DROID Turbo 2 and Motorola DROID MAXX 2 both released this month. While the former is believed to be the Verizon exclusive version of the Moto X Force, Google has already inadvertently confirmed that the latter is the Verizon exclusive version of the Motorola Moto X Play.


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source: mobile-dad (translated) via TimesNews.co.uk

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