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Pro Shatterproof display
The display is made out of highly durable plastic instead of glass, which means it can't shatter. It will scratch though - but Motorola thought about that too. It comes pre-installed with a hefty screen protector, and once that gets scratched up it's easy to remove and replace.
Pro Amazing battery
The 3,760mAh battery is much larger than most phones - Motorola says it can last 36 hours. In a video-looping test, the phone only lost 11% battery when playing a 720p video for 90 minutes at full brightness. If we extrapolate that data, you can get nearly 20 hours of constant video playback on a single charge.
Plus, with TurboPower technology, Motorola claims that you can get up to 13 hours of mixed use out of a 15 minute charge.
Con Last gen performance
You get a last gen Snapdragon 810 (which is still a decent performer, but the Nexus 6P which uses the same processor costs almost 50% less), and only 3GB of RAM when nearly every flagship has 4GB. Now, developing that shatterproof screen technology and using such a large battery added to the cost, but at the end of the day this is one very pricey phone.
At nearly $1000, this phone doesn't offer much more than any other phone mentioned. This phone offers a shatterproof display and very long battery life, but also costs a premium, even more than newer models.