Moto X Force (Droid Turbo 2) VS Moto X Style (Pure) Android 6.0 Marshmallow – Speed Test!

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32 Comments on Moto X Force (Droid Turbo 2) VS Moto X Style (Pure) Android 6.0 Marshmallow – Speed Test!

  1. I had the Style a few months but finally upgraded to the Force one week ago for one reason only: battery. The battery on the style just doesn't cut it when you use it a lot for navigating and spend a lot of time in poor coverage areas. I don't really mind the looks of IPS display, but it may have been responsible for the shorter battery life as well. I also think Moto Display was simply designed with AMOLED in mind.

  2. Hey man, great vid but could you please please please do a comparison between the motorola moto x style and the samsung galaxy a5, i just wanna see those two side by side, how fast they are and probably a camera test to make the choice of which one i should go for, it would be great if u did this and keep up the good work :D

  3. Trinky can you do a Camera comparison with the Style/Pure and Force/Turbo 2 phones. DXO Mark shows that Force/Turbo 2 has a better Camera software then the Style/Pure even though both use the same camera lense. The Software Image Stabilization on the Style/Pure is very good compared to the Nexus phones. It's amazing how many flagship phones suck in comparison to the Style/Pure in image stability.

  4. Hey what phone should i get in a few months? I can't spend much more than 450-500AUD. I would be able to buy a 2015 flagship or a 2016 midranger. I would prefer to have a fingerprint sensor on my phone.

  5. My moto x style heats up when it is charged using any quick charger (supplied and samsung), but otherwise it stays cool with marshmallow update. Can you comment on any heating issue in force?

  6. I use my x style and you saying the 'Battery not amazing on the moto x style' is wrong, I regularly get 6 hours of sot and a battery drain rate of 1.5%/hour when the screen is off.

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