Motorola DROID brand will reportedly be stripped in China, but that doesn't mean that US market won't be getting a DROID treatment this Christmas. The Lenovo owned company is on its way to introduce the Motorola Droid Turbo 2 in the country on the 29th of October, which is exactly one month after Google launches their Android Marshmallow update.
Motorola DROID 2 is in fact that the device boasting of a shatterproof display which was rumoured a week or two back dubbed the Moto X Force. Apparently the Moto DROID 2 will retail under the Moto X Force name in other international markets of the company.
The best news so far is that the Moto DROID 2 will be the first device to receive the Moto Maker treatment and will be available for purchase directly from Motorola. Additionally Moto DROID 2 will be available with Verizon under contract.
In terms of specs, the Moto DROID 2 is expected to sport a 5.43 inch QHD Shatterproof display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 SoC under the hood. Backing this will be a 3GB of RAM and 64GB internal storage. Optics front will be handled by a 21MP rear and a 5MP front facing cameras along with a 3760mAh battery pumping the fuel into the phone.
Motorola will also be bundling a freebie to users who buy the device off contract via Moto Maker by giving them a free 1-time design swap/replacement within 2 years of purchase. Nevertheless, a Shatterproof display doubled with a Moto Maker option makes this quite interesting for the upcoming Moto device. Pricing of the device will however be a key to its success in US.