Droid Turbo Second-Gen Devices to Arrive this Month with a Shatter-Proof Build

October 20, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We already know what shockproof and waterproof mean when it comes to smartphones. Now, we are up to witness something else, and chances are that you might have already heard about this if you have paid attention to the recent Motorola rumors.

Last week, rumors had it that the upcoming version of Droid Turbo smartphone will be made with a shatterproof build.

Motorola has now confirmed that it indeed will be the case when it launches its two new smartphones during the last week of this month.


Coming together for an unveiling at the Moto Event scheduled on October 27th would be the second-gen variants of Droid Turbo and Droid Maxx.

And, the confirmation for the rumoured features has now popped up in the form of an ad released by Verizon, the exclusive network providers of the upcoming Moto devices in the US.

There’s nothing much revealed in the advertisement, except for the claim that Droid Turbo 2 will be the world’s first shockproof smartphone. We are not sure how they have managed to achieve this, as the technology behind is being concealed as the suspense element for the upcoming event.

There’s no indication of the pricing either, but users can get a discount of up to $300 if they wish to have their old smartphone exchanged, which can even be ones with a cracked screen.

The other feature that’s now confirmed along with the ad is the Moto Maker customizations, which let users have plenty of colour customizations for their devices including the back panel.

Users can also choose the materials for their devices from various options like leather and ballistic nylon, forming over 1000 combinations using the colour and material.

The discount of $300 applies to Droid Maxx 2 smartphone too, whose main highlight now is with its humungous 48 hour battery life.

Barring that, the Droid Maxx 2 will be basically the US version of Moto X Play device. We will have to wait to see if there’s any surprise element with the Droid Maxx 2 smartphone.

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