Motorola's Moto Z Force family of devices is famous for donning the ShatterShield display, or to put it simple — for being shatter-proof. It's a panel that's not made out of glass, but a plastic polymer. Sure, it scratches easily, but throw the phone on the pavement as much as you like, the screen will not break.
But Moto is working on improving the technology further. A recently discovered patent, which has been granted to Motorola, shows a new "smart glass" technology, which will have the phone repair its screen should it take any damage.
The invention involves a "memory" glass-like polymer, probably a kind of plastic, which "remembers" its shape and can move to restore it if conditions are met. On the software side, the phone will actually detect when there is a crack on the screen and will open up a prompt to start the healing process.