The internet was recently flooded with reports of Motorola’s #Moto Z2 #Force #Smartphone and its ShatterShield display being easily scratched. The ShatterShield display is among the primary features of the Moto Z2 Force smartphone that the company claims helps the smartphone remain safeguarded even after it experiences a fall. Unfortunately, while the smartphone may be qualified to be shatterproof thanks to the company’s ShatterShield display, the device fails at withstanding minor scratches. Reports have suggested that Moto Z2 Force’s ShatterShield technology can be easily scratched with everyday items like home keys or even sand particles – which certainly put both Motorola and the buyers in a state of worry.

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Consumers especially wouldn’t want to own a smartphone that can get easily scratched through everyday activities, and leave an unpleasant mark on the display.

Reports on the media

According to a report published by Pocket Now, several users have even claimed that this year’s smartphone is much more sensitive than its predecessor. The smartphone that was launched last year was much harder to scratch too. The reports have even suggested that the ShatterShield layer is also very easily peeled off. The display is thus, of major concern to the Lenovo-backed company. After such reports began emerging online and started worrying the users, Motorola responded to the queries. The company has advised the users to buy third-party screen protectors to keep their devices protected.

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The complete specs and features

On the specifications front, the upcoming Moto Z2 Force smartphone is equipped with a 5.5-inch display with 2,560 x 1,440 pixels resolution and is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 system-on-chip. The smartphone is further powered by Adreno 540 for graphics as well. On the storage front, the device offers 4GB of RAM alongside 64GB of internal storage; wherein the users have the option of expanding the memory up to 2TB if they’d like via the device’s microSD card slot option. The smartphone also comes with support for the company’s Moto Mods that are specifically designed to enhance the user experience especially in regards to the specifications of the device. The company’s flagship falls in the line of competition with other leading smartphones including Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, OnePlus 5, Google’s upcoming Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2 smartphones and Apple’s iPhone 8 device.