Corning To Show Off Gorilla Glass 2
Gorilla Glass is tough, but it´s far from perfect, and Corning has been working to make the product’s glass even better. We don´t have many details so far, but a Corning spokesperson mentioned that the company’s positioned to meet the challenge of accommodating phones and tablets with more functionality from thinner designs.
According to the company´s spokesman
“An 8 inch advanced multi-touch LCD display prototype featuring Corning Gorilla Glass 2 as a durable, touch-sensitive, and elegant cover glass will be soon seen on our mobiles”
The glass is about 20 percent stronger than its predecessor.
Don´t know about your experience with Gorilla Glass but I have seen many scratches on their “scratch free” glass, hoping the next generation really improve it´s strength and durability.
Let´s see if 2012 is the year when the company decides to launch it…What do you think?
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