Moto X Force is the real name of the “Shatterproof” Moto Bounce

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    A few days back a leak hinted at a flagship device dubbed the Motorola Bounce. Apparently the rumour mills are active again. And this time they hint that the to be announced Motorola device is none other than the Moto X Force.

    Moto X Force is the real name of the “Shatterproof” Moto Bounce

    Unlike the previous name Moto Bounce, this new name makes more sense. Motorola present boasts of three series of devices E, G and X. Hence it's highly unlikely that they will create a new one for this device.

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    The new leaks was posted by @upleaks on his official Twitter account. Additionally the leak also shows a render of a black version of the device. The last leak had revealed the white back of the device.

    Going by previous reports, the Moto X Force is expected to boast of high-end specifications with a "shatterproof" display. The leak doesn't reveal any information regarding the technology used behind this shatterprofness! The device is expected to sport a 5.4-inch QHD (1440 x 2560), thus offering a higher ppi density than the 5.7-inch Quad HD screen of the Moto X Style.

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    Rumours hint at an octa-core Snapdragon 810 processor along with 3GB of RAM. Other features include a 5 MP front-facing camera, a 21 MP rear camera, 32 GB or 64 GB of storage space and a generous 3760 mAh battery.
    Tipsters expect the device to be unveiled this December.


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