Welcome “ShatterShield”, Motorola’s key to the future of unbreakable smartphone screens
With the Motorola Droid Turbo 2 and the Motorola Maxx 2 coming to us, we have no choice but to grab hold of every new piece of information that seems to come our way. It was then a thing of relief when Motorola itself finally gave a totally comprehensive statement on the news of its new Shatter-proof technology. The statement was issued via a blog post on the official website of Motorola (which has since been removed due to reasons undisclosed) and it tells us that the phone would really be coming with a shatterproof screen with technology named “ShatterShield” at the base of this advancement.
The ShatterShield, as called, would feature three layers of display – the first being the display, the next an embedded lens and the last being a consumer replaceable lens.
With the launch of the Droid 2 Turbo device, consumers are eligible to a 48 month (or 4 years, if you please) warranty that covers the effect of a shattered screen but this warranty doesn’t include the customer replaceable lens. The Maxx 2 users would also get a warranty that gives them one certified and free screen replacement valid for two years from period of purchase.
The blog post released by Motorola read
“Additional warranty coverage for those Products that contain the ShatterShield™ Display System: the ShatterShield™ display system is made up of 3 separate components; the display, embedded lens and a consumer- replaceable protective lens. The display and embedded lens are warranted against shattering and cracking for four (4) years from the original date of consumer purchase.
The consumer-replaceable protective lens is not covered by this Limited Warranty, but should always be in place to prevent scratches and other damage to the underlying components.All other limitations and exclusions contained in this Limited Warranty (see “What is not covered” section below), including scratches and other cosmetic damage, intentional damage or abuse, and normal wear and tear, apply to the components of the ShatterShield™ display system.”
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