Corning is a name we’re sure many tech enthusiasts are familiar with, but if you aren’t, they are the company behind the Gorilla and Lotus series of glass displays that are used by many companies in their phone’s displays. Well the company has recently announced their new Lotus XT Glass which according to the company, will allow for the production of glass displays at high temperatures at a more reliable rate, meaning that it could lead to less defects and more useable end products for LCDs and OLEDs. This will allow companies to produce at a much higher volume than the original Lotus Glass, and not only will this benefit manufacturers, but it will also benefit the end user because according to Corning, the higher temperatures used to help manufacture the glass will actually lead to screens being bright, sharper, and more efficient! As it stands the Lotus XT Glass is commercially available today, but we guess we will have to wait and see which manufacturers out there will actually adopt it for use in their products. In the meantime you can check out the video above for a brief on the Corning Lotus XT Glass.
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