A new standard is emerging in the mobile space to use Corning’s infamous Gorilla Glass. Corning says that Gorilla Glass features exceptional damage resistance to the scratches, drops, and bumps of everyday use. It’s cool to the touch, and cleans easily – making it the perfect solution for sleek, seamless designs. And it’s sensitive enough to enable today’s most sophisticated touch applications.
Corning has even come out with Gorilla Glass 2, which is now up to 20 percent thinner, enabling slimmer devices, better touch responsiveness, and brighter images without sacrificing the damage resistance consumers demand. The result is superior design flexibility for electronics manufacturers as they develop high performing, touch sensitive, and durable mobile devices.
Do you believe Research In Motion should consider using Corning’s Gorilla Glass in BlackBerry 10 smartphones and other future products? Or, should they use one of the new emerging glass manufacturers like SCHOTT or Dragontail? Vote in the poll and sound off in the comments!