Top 3 Ways You'll Shatter Your Phone's Screen (Infographic)
Article by George Norman
On 19 Nov 2015
If you read the 7 Mind-blowing Stats and Facts about Smartphones article, then you know that hundreds of millions of people have a smartphone. Do you think all of them take good care of their devices? Of course they don’t. Accidents happen quite frequently and fumbles that lead to a broken or shattered screen occur every 2 seconds.

Motorola recently published an interesting infographic entitled "Cracked Screens And Broken Hearts." It presents how often people have to deal with shattered screens and it details the most common ways people break their phones.


Via Motorola.

This infographic was published after the launch of the Droid Turbo 2 and Moto X Force, two smartphones that feature ShatterShield, the world’s first shatterproof display. The phone’s screen will not crack, even if you drop it on the floor, concrete or some other hard surface.

In this video, Motorola Mobility President Rick Osterloh puts ShatterShield to the test. He drops and iPhone first, a Samsung second, and a Moto X Force third. The only phone to survive unscathed is the Moto X Force.

This video recaps some of the things we already know from the infographic and shows how tough the Droid 2 Turbo is.

Tags: infographic, smartphone, screen, crack, shatter, accident, fumble, Motorola, ShatterShield, shatterproof display
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