Surely you know by now that Motorola has recently introduced what it's calling the world's first smartphone to feature a shatterproof display - the Droid Turbo 2 (as well as its twin headed to international markets, the Moto X Force).
For those people who for some reason simply can't imagine why such a screen would be useful to have on a smartphone, Motorola has published an infographic that's all about explaining how "a shattered screen is all too real".
Having a cracked or shattered screen on a handset is a surprisingly common occurrence, and people generally don't replace those broken displays because of how much that operation costs. Hence, some are using their devices even if they've cut their fingers on the screen. That's certainly sad.
Obviously Motorola's idea here is that if every person out there would buy the Moto X Force or Droid Turbo 2, the world would be a much safer place - for fingers, at least. The full infographic is below for your viewing pleasure.
Don't be an idiot, these stats simple says that 65% out of total smartphone users in India are still using smartphone with a cracked screen. It doesn't say India has highest no of smartphone users.
this stats shows INDIA is awesome and has highest numbers of smartphone users all over the world. thanks moto for your stats.
what's your problem bro!! we love our country what's wrong . and listen dude Give me Some Name of 100% perfect country.