The company is rebring its Verizon-only Droid Turbo 2 as the Moto X Force for international markets. To kickoff the marketing effort, Motorola Mobility put out a video with esident Osterloh dropping an ione what looks like a Galaxy S6 onto the ground. They of course shatter, but the Moto X Force takes the punishment. That’s because the Moto X Force has a five-layer display that Motorola promises will withst drops the daily grind of living with a smartphone. The device is headed to Africa, Asia-cific, Europe, the Middle East, tin America in November. The specs are identical to the Droid Turbo 2: a 5.4-inch AMOD display, Snapdragon 810 processor, 3GB of RAM, a 21Mcamera, a 3,750 mAh battery with support for quick charging. Unfortunately, the device launches with Android llipop 5.1. y this matters: Motorola sells much of its smartphone portfolio overseas, so it’s not surprising to see the company push a device with its own unique hardware feature to international markets. The more robust build is an interesting take on smartphone construction, but you’ll have good reason to be concerned about future updates with Motorola’s shaky record.