We’ve been at this smartphone thing for nearly a decade now, and physical engineering has only begun to catch up with our needs. As cracked screens and tales of waterlogged devices have grown prevalent, Motorola has produced the phone that’s ready to face life head-on (or face-on, as it were). The Droid Turbo 2 has a shatterproof display, which is guaranteed not to crack for four years. It’s not shockproof, so it’s still possible to damage internal components on a severe fall, but the display is guaranteed to stay intact.
The phone is designed to be used without fear, yet its svelteness conceals its ruggedness. The 5.4-inch AMOLED Quad HD display looks phenomenal, and the entire phone is also guarded from water intrusion by an “advanced nano-coating technology.” The battery is built to last for two days of mixed usage, plus you can regain some 13 hours with just 15 minutes on a charger. And to put the icing on the near-indestructible cake, you can order one though the Moto Maker store, customizing the colors and accents to your liking with knowledge that you won’t have to hide it all under a case.
Display: 5.4-inch shatterproof Quad HD (2,560 x 1,440) AMOLED
Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 810
RAM: 3GB LPDDR4
Storage: 32GB/64GB; support for microSD
Battery: 3760 mAh; 48 hours mixed usage
Camera: 21MP; 4K video recording