It hasn’t been that long since the Samsung Galaxy S4 has reached the stands, but a bunch of brave folks have already put its Gorilla Glass 3 display to strenuous work.
To give you a quick recap, Gorilla Glass 3 is made from an enhanced glass composition that utilizes the new Native Damage Resistance technology to provide “enhanced scratch resistance, reduced scratch visibility, and better retained strength once a scratch occurs.”
If you have any doubts about the Gorilla Glass 3′s ability to shield your display from common things in your pocket, the video below can sway you to think otherwise.
If you check out the video on YouTube, you’ll see some commenters claims that the owner is not hitting the screen hard enough to dent it. We’re not saying that the Gorilla Glass 3 can take anything you throw its way, but it’s relieving to know that it can take some beating if and when the situation calls for it.
Corning, the company responsible for protecting the screens of the majority of smartphones and tablets out there, has just launched the latest version of their damage-resistant cover glass – the Gorilla Glass 3.
According to Corning, the Gorilla Glass 3 uses a completely new glass composition with durability enhancements developed at the atomic structural level of the glass. In addition, it uses the new Native Damage Resistance technology which provides “enhanced scratch resistance, reduced scratch visibility, and better retained strength once a scratch occurs.” Simply put, Gorilla Glass 3 is better and tougher than Gorilla Glass 2.
Devices equipped with Gorilla Glass 3 with NDR are expected to be unveiled in mid-2013. Hit the source link below and watch this latest glass technology take a hit from a 175g steel ball.
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