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Drop Performance of Phones to Improve with New Gorilla Glass

  • 04.08.2016
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Corning, the New York-based specialty glass expert, has revealed version 5 of Gorilla Glass with superior damage and scratch resistance. This means that phones graced with this glass display coating will be able to survive face-down drops from up to 1.6 meters height. It’s actually good news for those buttery-hands, who are in the habit of dropping smart phones while capturing selfies.

The toughness of Gorilla, and sapphire-like scratch-resistance feature convene in this new super-resistant Gorilla Glass 5. Corning claims that the new Gorilla glass will help the gadgets to withstand drops from waist to shoulder height against rough and uneven surfaces. Corning has been trying to improve the performance of glass with the goal of enhancing total fall distance that a Gorilla Glass-topped phone could endure. The new scratch-resistance feature will shield the smart phones from unpleasant encounters with keys and coins in pockets.

The leading display-cover maker for smartphones and tablets has taken cover glass technology to new levels with the invention of Gorilla Glass 5. More than 4.5 million devices are topped with Gorilla Glass worldwide.

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