Motorola's American division has stated that it will showcase the Shatter Shield's robustness, which it implements on some Moto smartphones. For this purpose more than 100 people have decided to drop their smartphone to the ground.
More than 100 Motorola employees from Chicago decided to take part in an interesting, short-lived ad showing the benefits of ShatterShield . This type of display has one significant competitive advantage – it is practically impossible to break and create so-called "spiders". On the other hand … just a nail is able to outline it, which after the test of strength Moto Z2 Force Motorola recently hit a small hiccup. The technology itself works in a simple way. ShatterShield is nothing but five plastic protective layers that are applied directly to the flexible display. Interestingly, this trend of scratches prompted Motorola (and earlier Lenovo) to inform users that it would be better to buy special protection in the form of foil or hardened glass. Motorola's video boasts a slogan that "there is nothing to fear of falling" – obviously in the context of a smartphone. It is a shame, however, that workers drop equipment from relatively low height and not hard surfaces such as concrete. In general, you can stick to practically every aspect of this ad. ShatterShield is nevertheless an interesting alternative for people who care about equipment on average, or if they simply drop it. Am I convinced to plastic instead of glass? Unfortunately, I prefer standard and (less theoretically) less secure solutions – such as Gorilla Glass 5.