Corning Set to Launch Gorilla Glass 3 Next Week

By Gizbot Bureau

    Corning's new product, Gorilla Glass 3 will be unveiled in January 7, 2013. The launch will take place at International CES 2013 event taking place in Las Vegas. Corning is regarded as the best makers of toughened glass for high end computing devices.

    The company unveiled its Gorilla Glass 2 at CES 2012. That product was used in most popular smartphones of 2012 like Samsung Galaxy SIII, Google Nexus 4, and Nokia Lumia 920. The list also includes many other popular brands released in 2012.


    No wonder then that Gorilla Glass is among the most popular components among smart device vendors. It is expected that the entry of Gorilla Glass 3 will give new definition to this overwhelming popularity.

    Corning Set to Launch Gorilla Glass 3 Next Week

    Gorilla Glass 3 will be tougher compared to the earlier versions released by Corning. Most of the earlier versions had Native Damage Resistance (NDR) for enhancing the toughness. But, the new version will come up with 40 percent improvement in the case of scratch resistance.

    The smart device users will be benefitted more from this new development. As per the reports from the reliable sources, the third generation Gorilla Glass will look slimmer than other generations. It is somewhat clear that the new product is entirely different from other versions and has the potential to draw considerable attention from users.

    The company is planning to demonstrate the toughness of Gorilla Glass 3 during the launch. This will provide a chance to understand the uniqueness of the new product. Apart from that, it will also show benefits of this product in multi-touch displays with large formats.


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