Video: how Moto X Force bends when it falls (and how the iPhone beats)

    Ashton Kutcher joined the team of Moto - a manufacturer of smartphones owned by Lenovo, and has already begun to smash the iPhone and throw Moto X Force from the same height as proof of "indestructibility". In slow motion, you can see how the body and screen of the X Force bend when dropped without damage.


    “The mobile phone stands still. It is locked in the form factor and functions, which is not fully respectful of consumers. There have been improvements in this area over recent years, but innovations are starting to look like what they are doing for TVs (just a different screen), where the main improvement is the price. We have different, deeper, more complicated relationships with phones than with some people in our lives, and Motorola understands this, ” writesAshton Kutcher on the Moto Blog. Now the actor is working with Lenovo brand owned by Lenovo.

    Motorola has been at the peak of innovation several times. The company, which opened in 1928, made the world's first commercially successful car radio, made police car receivers, made the first Motorola DynaTAC 8000X cell phone and a cellular base station, the first pager. But in the 2000s, Motorola began to incur losses, and by 2011 split into Motorola Solutions and Motorola Mobility. Google bought the Motorola Mobility division for $ 12.5 billion, and in early 2014 it became known that Lenovo wants to buy the division. As a result, on October 30, 2014, full control over the smartphone manufacturer passed into the hands of Lenovo.

    In February 2016Lenovo has returned Moto smartphones to Russia . Ashton Kutcher, who worked with Lenovo on tablets with Tablet 2 Pro projectors, joined the Moto team.

    In this video you can see how the Moto DROID Turbo 2 falls from a height of about 160 centimeters. In Russia, this gadget is sold under the name Moto X Force. It has an unbreakable pOLED screen with a resolution of 1440x2560 pixels, protected by ShatterShield technology.

    But what happens with the iPhone when falling from the same height.

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