Moto X Force : Benchmark and Gaming
The new kid on the block, Moto X Force which has been in the news for bullying its way out of drop tests without a scratch will today be put to task in our extremely strenuous benchmark, gaming and heat test. Let’s find out how it fares when it comes to handling the most demanding games available on the Play Store.
When it comes to gaming the Moto X Force promises to handle anything and everything you throw at it. Backed by some serious under the hood power in the form of an Adreno 430 GPU coupled with a Snapdragon 810 Quad Core rocking at 2GHz the Moto X Force gives users great gaming performance.
The Moto X Force does not show any signs of stutter, and we noticed little or lag with seamless animations while gaming. 3GB of LPDDR3 RAM on board works in overdrive to provide users Graphics as smooth as butter, and with the help of the sturdy Quad HD AMOLED display gaming on the Moto X Force turns into a visual treat.
Speakers at the front provide great surround audio which adds to the overall gaming experience. The device also does not seem to heat too much, with the temperature staying around 35 degrees. Motorola’s use of ballistic nylon to the back of the phone helps keep the hands from feeling any rise in temperature.
The Moto X Force clocked impressive benchmark scores. The device scored 70839 on AnTuTu while still on Android Lollipop OS. The switch to Marshmallow OS is expected to offer better results.
Meanwhile, the device scored 7288 on Vellamo’s Chrome browser benchmark, beating the Galaxy S6 and LG G4. The Moto X Force’s multicore performance was also good, scoring 2437, though not as impressive as many other flagships currently out there.
To round it off, the Moto X Force not only promises a strong build with its shatterproof display, but does exceedingly well in benchmarks scores and real-world performance.