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Moto X Force now selling via offline stores

Motorola Moto X Force

Motorola has broken the last shackle restraining the Moto X Force’s availability, allowing the phone to be sold via offline stores in India. This new development comes just a few weeks after the phone was launched in the country.

This shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone, given Motorola had announced a shift in strategy for its phones last year to push them from Flipkart-exclusive models to wider availability. Even the Moto G (3rd Gen) made the leap to Amazon earlier this month. As for the Moto X Force, the handset will now be sold in 400 retail outlets across 15 cities.

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These stores include the likes of Vijay Sales, Poorvika, Croma and Spice Hotspot. The Motorola device is additionally set to be offered with EMI options on a few bank cards to entice potential buyers. The smartphone is certainly a pricey proposition with a starting cost of Rs 49999 for the 32GB variant and going up to Rs 53999 for the 64GB one.

A rapid recap of the main specs of the Motorola Moto X Force:

– OS: Android 5.1.1 Lollipop
– Display: 5.4-inch AMOLED, 2560 x 1440 pixels
– Memory: 32GB/64GB, expandable till 2TB
– RAM: 3GB
– Processor: octa-core 2GHz Snapdragon 810
– GPU: Adreno 430
– Battery: 3760mAh
– Cameras: 21MP rear, 5MP front
– Size: 149.8 x 78 x 7.6mm
– Weight: 169g
– Connectivity: 4G, Bluetooth, Wi-Fiac, A-GPS, NFC, microUSB 2.0

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Consumers will be paying top dollar for the main attraction of the Moto X Force, its ShatterShield display. The manufacturer claims it has fortified the phone with 5 unique layers to prevent the screen from breaking into pieces even if it’s dropped on concrete at a great height. The handset also comes with a 4-year warranty, as a mark of the company’s confidence.

Also See: Moto G (3rd Gen), Moto G Turbo Edition now selling via Amazon

Once again, you can buy the Motorola Moto X Force offline or online via Amazon, Flipkart and Snapdeal.

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