Corning's toughest Gorilla Glass Victus is announced
Corning's toughest Gorilla Glass Victus is announced

Corning, the maker of the most popular protective glass in the mobile phone market, announced today, Thursday, that a new generation of glass, the most durable Gorilla Glass Victos,

Corning said in a statement: The new type of glass (Gorilla Glass Victos) can withstand even a fall of two meters, as it is the first time in six years that it can withstand most types of scratches. Tricky, especially keys and coins.

Since Corning released Gorilla Glass 3 with the best scratch resistance in 2014, the latest releases haven't been released: Gorilla Glass 4, Gorilla Glass 5 and Gorilla Glass 6 have been significantly improved.

According to the company, Gorilla Glass Victos has twice the scratch resistance (Gorilla Glass 6) and four times that of competitors' glass cover. The company also said: The glass fell 20 times from a height of one meter. In contrast, Gorilla Glass 6 survived 15 points of the same height.

A Corning spokesman said: “Compared to the previous flagship glass (Gorilla Glass 6), this glass has made great strides in resisting drops and scratching. We think this type of glass should have a name. It can clearly show that the difference is not just an increase So the company decided not to name the new version (Gorilla Glass 7) but to survive (Victos), which is a Latin word meaning.

Gorilla Glass Victos is expected to be included in Samsung products "in the near future". This means that the Galaxy Note 20 series phones are expected to be announced at the next non-packaging event on August 5. Eight months next year.

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