In the days of Nokia 3310, dropping your phone was no big deal. You pick it up, dust it, and put it back in your pocket.
These days, however, dropping your smartphone gives you that mini heart attack because you just might crack its sleek and shiny screen.
The smartphone display is typically made of glass or acrylic, which can break when it drops or if it receives significant impact.
But, apart from the obvious aesthetic reasons that turn people off from a cracked smartphone screens, there are other functional, productivity and even health related issues that can arise when you use a damaged screen.