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Those who couldn't or didn't want to argue down the price were supposedly charged anywhere from $50 to $150 for the replacement of a part that used to be user-replaceable for $40.
Imagine smartphone or tablet screens made of this stuff. No need for cases, no chance of burning your hands through the screen...
Moto's plastic ShatterShield screen might not break into a million pieces, but it scratches easily. How about a self-healing glass instead?
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The company mistakenly told Pocketnow that it would offer replacement top layer lenses to combat against the Moto Z2 Force's scratchable tendencies.
Reports from reviewers across the tech space have panned the ShatterShield screen on the Moto Z2 Force for its "scratch magnet" tendencies.
We're not sure if a "regular" Z2 is coming, and the X4 could still be a ways off, but the Moto Z2 Force is definitely just a couple of weeks away.