The other day, Corning unveiled their latest Gorilla Glass which comes in the form of Victus. This is supposed to be the company’s toughest Gorilla Glass yet, but of course the company would say that, right? Turns out that they weren’t just making empty claims, at least that’s what the video above by PhoneBuff has confirmed.
A lot of our smartphones and tablets rely on glass covers to help protect the phone’s display components from being damaged. This means that these glass covers need to be really tough to withstand the daily rigors of usage and the occasional drop, and Corning thinks that they might have made the toughest version of Gorilla Glass to date.
You’d want the displays on foldable smartphones to be robust because one can only imagine what the repair cost on those screens would be. Corning has a long history of providing manufacturers with durable cover glass under its Gorilla Glass brand. The company has now revealed that it’s developing a bendable version of glass which will be well suited for smartphones with foldable displays.
Corning already makes glass displays for smartphones, and they even make glass for automotives, and now it looks like the company wants to expand to wearables as they have recently announced the Corning Gorilla Glass SR+, a glass display that they claim to have designed for smartwatches in mind.
With the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, it saw Samsung choose to use Corning’s latest Gorilla Glass 5 display, which by all accounts should be tougher than its predecessors. However a testing conducted by YouTuber JerryRigEverything found that the Galaxy Note 7’s display can be easily scratched with a pick with a level 3 hardness on the Mohs’ scale.
Back in July, Corning announced their latest Gorilla Glass product in the form of the Gorilla Glass 5. Naturally with every iteration of Gorilla Glass, Corning has made it tougher to shatter, but unfortunately it seems that the company might not have paid the same amount of attention to scratches.
Corning is a company known for their glassware, although in recent years the company has moved towards providing glass products for electronic products like smartphones where its Gorilla Glass series has been used in devices like the iPhone. Now it looks like future smartphones will be even tougher than before as Corning has announced the Gorilla Glass 5.
Corning is well known for its Gorilla Glass in a wide range of mobile devices, where it has now gone on to several iterations in the market. Having said that, it looks like the latest development from Corning would be the ability to be able to print high-res images on its Gorilla Glass, now how about that? This would certainly open up the door to an era where one will […]
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