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The future is here! Good news for people who smash their smart phones.

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Zimbabwean locals are offering this service who have led team of self-made scientists to the discovery of a new material, which could finally bring an end to the misery of cracked smart phone and tablet screens.
With the nano tech done on your phone you can now literally smash your screen with a hammer and nothing happens it. It only hardens your screen leaving no residue nor mark.Your screen remains the same as it was before the coating.This is just another layer of protection for your device.It is water , dirt and chemical resistant.

With the nano tech done on your phone you can now literally smash your screen with a hammer and nothing happens to it.It only hardens your screen leaving no residue nor mark.Your screen remains the same as it was before the coating.This is just another layer of protection for your device.It is water , dirt and chemical resistant.

Everyone of us sure needs this service.There is good news if you’re someone who perpetually has to strain your eyes to peer in between the cracks of the shattered screen of your smart phone.

Zimbabwean locals are offering this service who have led a team of self-made scientists or nanotechnology (+ -ists) to the discovery of a new material, which could finally bring an end to the misery of cracked smart phone and tablet screens.The new material is the coat they use on your phone whatever it is made of we can only speculate but they know better.

Currently, most parts of a smart phone are made of silicon and other compounds, which are expensive and break easily, but manufacturers may be keen on something more durable and less costly.

Zimbabwean locals have deviced their own homegrown way been to create new dynamic hybrid devices by just coating your phone for a lifetime protection at a cost of US$8.

TechnoMag findings show that this new ‘miracle material’ has similar physical properties to silicon but it has improved chemical stability, lightness and flexibility, which could potentially be used in smart devices and do not even break.

These locals may not have studied science phd’s but this invention is a master proof of science at its highest level to just protect one’s phone like that chemistry, physics and materials science,  through such simulations predict how all of the materials could function when combined to protect a phone from ever breaking.

Of course, the next challenge will be to convince manufacturers that the product is cost effective and won’t harm their bottom lines.

If it doesnt break after being smashed then such invention is worth applauding.Welldone Zimboz for giving us a cheer just before Easter this could be the miracle Good friday for the world innovated in Zimbabwe and could rack in forex for the country.

My phone will never break again.It can only be technology at its best and indeed the proverb that says ”one man’s trashis another man’s treasure, meaning different people have different ideas about what is valuable may not work this time because this nanotech that protects smashed phones never to break is every man’s treasure and now you can keep that phone valuable.

Ross Moyo

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