According to Corning, the manufacturer of Gorilla Glass, it will be OPPO who will announce the first smartphone protected by Gorilla Glass 6.
The overall verdict is a positive one, but that wouldn't account for everything the scratch, burn and bend tests encompass.
The company that makes the display glass on your iPhone and on a ton of Android and Windows phone, too) is getting money to keep jobs in the US.
Gorilla Glass SR+ is Corning's latest innovation specifically designed for wearable devices to better resist scratches, bumps, knocks and scrapes.
After JerryRigEverything scratched the Galaxy Note 7 up a treat, Corning had some explaining to do about its Gorilla Glass 5.
Gorilla Glass 5 boasts an 60 percent improvement in drop height and no cracks from spills 80 percent of the time. All for your selfies.
The new Vibrant Gorilla Glass process lets companies print high-quality imagery right on the glass protecting their phones.
The Samsung Galaxy Alpha Gorilla Glass 4 usage has finally been confirmed by Corning, making this device the first official phone with the new glass.
On this week's podcast: is the Nokia N1 an iPad ripoff? Can the Samsung Gear S replace a dumbphone? And will Gorilla Glass 4 save your screen? Join us!
Corning aims to protect your phone from shattered screens with its new Gorilla Glass 4.
We've heard Corning sapphire warnings before, pointing out how the material may be inferior to Gorilla Glass, and the company is back with new complaints.
There’s no denying that Gorilla Glass has become one of the best-known industry standards for smartphones. Ever since their silent launch on the first iPhone, it’s now a flagship spec requirement that you’ll hear mentioned in almost every one of our reviews, and which keeps evolving like clockwork at every CES we go to. One thing you might have noticed is that the product hasn’t made it to wearable technology just yet, and even though there are compelling technical reasons for that, it’s something that’s about to change.
Corning has just [...]
Corning has been famous for giving us durable glass displays on smartphones since the original iPhone, which is even before they came-up with the name Gorilla Glass. Today, we’re already enjoying the benefits of Gorilla Glass 3, and its popularity has ensured their technology is now on top of almost every single display we use every day, and its grown beyond the smartphone into tablets, and even the design elements of certain HP computers that were launched recently.
Just as Samsung pretty-much bought Wacom a couple of years ago to ensure their dominance in the technology [...]
Get the details on some of the new capabilities coming to smartphone glass over the next couple years.
We’ve been huge fans of future possible sapphire solutions for smartphones ever since MWC. We’ve also visited the factory that can make this possible. Sapphire is known to be an extremely tough material, almost impossible to scratch. It has its own downside though: it’s also very brittle. Gorilla Glass, on the other hand, is less brittle, but, it is much easier to scratch. Gorilla Glass vs sapphire has recently become a real topic.
Currently, the majority of phone makers are using Gorilla Glass, from Corning, in one of its version iterations — adding up [...]
Find out why sapphire smartphone screens may not be the clear alternative to Gorilla Glass.
Sapphire-based smartphone displays could well be the next big thing for Android, iOS, Windows Phone - you name it. Read on to learn more about the future of scratch-free mobile phones.
Discover when we could finally see companies release smartphones with the first flexible screens.
Find out what we have to look forward to from Corning at next week's CES.