Technology, technology and technology , yes we are in a modern era, where google has all the answers, and we people are connected with far living friends and relatives via social media or linked via numerous games apps. And now something really innovative gonna happen. Yes guys the common problem which every smart phone user faces it now going to resolve finally.
The giant tech company Lenovo owned company Motorola has been working on a patent on a self-healing phone screen, finally users will now find a little relief, as now the screen will be able to heal itself when you apply heat to it. According to online media outlets, the company is preparing to launch a smartphone which will include self-healing screen feature. Yet, no precise information was reported by media outlets, neither about the cost nor regarding specs. This is not the first time Motorola company has launched smartphones with shatter-proof displays.
The self healing phones will be able to fix scratches on the device’s display and is made up of polymer. The user just need to apply heat on the phone screen to repair damages, but it can only be fruitful for minor damages. Thus the company adds on, the latest self healing technology will not be 100% satisfactory, in other words if the screen shatters or explodes, unfortunately it won’t be able to heal the screen and you have to go for a new smart phone.
If we go few years back, LG was the first company which came up with the idea of self healing technology. The smartphone named G Flex 2, launched back in 2015, according to company, claimed it could repair cuts in less than a day.
So reader put your fingers crossed, if the self-healing phone screen technology proves successful, then it would be of great help, whether the screen of your phone gets minor damage, it will self-heal. You don’t need to rush to the market for getting your screen back, or in other case spending money buying a new smartphone
Since the screen will be made up of polymer, the users might not feel as comfortable with the touch feature, as the regular screen, i.e.Apple iOS or Samsung smartphones