Gorilla Glass

Gorilla Glass

A protective, clear glass used to cover the screens of smartphones and other devices from Corning Incorporated, Corning, NY (www.corning.com). Originally developed in the 1960s, the glass is relatively scratch proof even after prolonged use, and it is extremely durable. Corning's Project Phire is expected to develop a sapphire version of Gorilla Glass that is more scratch resistant. See sapphire glass.
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The Oppo Reno2 features a 6.55-inch AMOLED Panoramic notch-less display under the protection of Gorilla Glass 6.
The analyst also points to greater penetration of dual-sided Gorilla Glass offsetting the flat market for handsets and sees potential for Corning's automotive glass to make a "meaningful" contribution to backlog as the new dedicated plant starts operations in Q3.
It features rugged, IP54-sealed construction to handle drops up to 5 feet and splashing liquid and dust, and a shatter-proof Gorilla Glass touchscreen and imager window that resists scratches.
Ford has also been working with the makers of Gorilla Glass, used for the screens of many mobile phones, to develop tougher car windscreens that would resist flying debris damage.
The screen is Gorilla Glass 6, and the back glass is Gorilla Glass 5.
Redmi Note 7 Pro features the exact same build as its non-pro sibling, with Gorilla Glass 5 on both the front and back and plastic in-between.
The R17 Pro adopts Corning Gorilla Glass 6 for the first time, with 6.4 inches of screen, 91.5% screen-to-body ratio, and in-screen fingerprint unlock.
Plus, it is the first ever wearable to feature Corning's Gorilla Glass DX+ technology. 
Powered by a lithium polymer battery that runs up to 7 hours before recharging, the tablet includes an 8-inch Gorilla Glass LCD screen, front and rear cameras, 8 gigabytes of RAM, and a Quad-Core Intel Atom Z8700 processor.
We don't think you should have to do less with your phone which is why we created a smartphone that can power through when other devices need a pit stop." The Nokia 2 delivers durability in design; its sleek frame is precision-machined from a single block of aluminium, while Corning Gorilla Glass is complemented by sculpted polycarbonate on the back.
Gorilla Glass is part of Corning's fastest growing business segment, specialty materials.
At booth N1203, Corning will highlight two revolutionary innovations enabled by Corning Gorilla Glass: exceptional cover glass for consumer electronics, and transformative interiors for autos.