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Motorola Will Fully Embrace Gorilla Glass for Its Phones Starting This Year

By announcing today that all of its smartphones would come equipped with Corning Gorilla Glass starting later this year, Motorola is taking a significant step towards durability. This implies that even their most affordable phones will have more resilience to scratches and drops, which will be a pleasant improvement for anyone who has ever experienced a broken screen due to a small mishap.

Concerns about durability are growing when it comes to pricey devices.

While Gorilla Glass is becoming more and more standard on expensive phones, it’s not necessarily a certainty for less expensive models. Motorola’s move to make changes guarantees that even their lowest-cost devices won’t feel like delicate little objects. At a recent presentation, they displayed Gorilla Glass 5 and the more modern, more durable Gorilla Glass Victus 2, though they did not say which specific versions of Gorilla Glass they would be using.

Not only is this wonderful news for awkward phone users (we’ve all been there), though. It also demonstrates Motorola’s commitment to providing high-quality products to all people, not just those with large incomes. Furthermore, since durability is a constant concern in the cutthroat smartphone industry, it might offer them a small advantage.

At MWC, Motorola not only announced the Gorilla Glass news, but also the release of a new software feature called Smart Connect. With the help of this handy utility, you can link Motorola and Lenovo smartphones to Lenovo PCs and utilise the PC’s keyboard on both devices. You can also exchange content from the clipboard and notifications on both devices, as well as use your phone or tablet as a webcam or hotspot. Anticipate the arrival of Smart Connect in the upcoming months. Thus, be on the lookout for Motorola’s next releases if you’re searching for a reliable phone that won’t break the bank.

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