• How strong is Gorilla Glass 6? We sat down with Corning to talk about the future of phones

    3 monthes ago - By iMore

    While phone companies are peacocking around with their beautiful new phone designs, Corning is sitting behind the curtain, designing the glass that keeps our phones alive.
    Corning recently unveiled its next-generation Gorilla Glass. It's promised to be stronger than ever and designed to balance the effects of drops from heights and numerous drops to address what we need most- phones that won't shatter when they slip out of our hands.
    I spoke with Scott Forester Division Vice President, Marketing and Innovation Products, Corning about Gorilla Glass 6 and the future of glass...
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  • Corning Announces Gorilla Glass 6 for Smartphones, Doubles Durability

    Corning Announces Gorilla Glass 6 for Smartphones, Doubles Durability

    3 monthes ago - By Anand Tech

    Corning this week introduced its next-generation Gorilla Glass 6 cover glass for smartphones that promises to double durability when compared to its predecessor. The manufacturer says that the first devices that will use the protective glass will hit the market already in the coming months.
    According to Corning, its Gorilla Glass 6 is an entirely new material “chemically strengthened to higher levels of compression” and designed to sustain multiple drops throughout a lifetime of a device. The substrate is designed for phones that use glass for more than 85% of their enclosure surface, so...
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  • Corning Unveils Gorilla Glass DX and Gorilla Glass DX+ for Wearables

    Corning Unveils Gorilla Glass DX and Gorilla Glass DX+ for Wearables

    3 monthes ago - By Anand Tech

    Corning has introduced its new Gorilla Glass DX and DX+ protective glass substrates designed specifically for wearables and featuring not only scratch resistance and durability, but also antireflective and contrast-improving properties.
    Corning's Gorilla Glass DX and Gorilla Glass DX+ are evolution of the company's Gorilla Glass SR+ protective composites for wearables and other devices featuring small screens. In a bid to better address applications like smartwatches, the new substrates feature an antireflective property that is said to be 75% better than that of ‘standard glass' as well...
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