Nissan to license Scratch Shield paint to NTT DoCoMo

Nissan’s Scratch Shield paint is currently being licensed to NTT DoCoMo as the latter wants to use the former’s technology in their cellphones. This self-healing paint supposedly self-heals fine scratches and can restore the vehicles’ paint surfaces overnight, while more severe cases might take up to a week or so. Apart from that, the Scratch Shield paint is also more scratch-resistant compared to conventional paint, resulting in a more durable and long-lasting paint coat. This would make us less careful with our handsets in the future, and it doesn’t bode too well for phone case manufacturers who are currently making tons off iPhone users desperate to prevent but a single scratch on their precious smartphone.

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