Corning the proud manufacturers of the Gorilla Glass have made an important announcement today on April 24, 2014 in India. Corning has announced the availability of their two latest technologies, Corning Gorilla Glass 3 with Native Damage Resistance and Antimicrobial Corning Gorilla Glass in India. Observing a very high change in percentage adoption of smartphones in India, Corning brought it latest technologies for the domestic players to build a better product.
In 2014, Corning aims to drive this adoption even further with more number of users getting educated about the benefits of Gorilla Glass which have already been there on some of the products launched until now. Corning’s proprietary fusion draw process makes its smooth surface, thinness, and optical clarity a perfect solution for touch-enabled devices. To make it even better, Corning had announced the Gorilla Glass 3 at CES 2013 which includes Native Damage Resistance and the Antimicrobial Gorilla Glass at CES 2014 keeping the consumers safe from any health problems which could possibly arise from the germs present on our gadgets.
Despite of superior performance, market left a feedback that the Gorilla Glass is not scratch proof though it is durable. Corning Gorilla Glass 3 with Native Damage Resistance is more likely to handle deep scratches, and cracks which ultimately could lead to glass failure. The R&D team at Corning changed the iconic composition and as a result we have Gorilla Glass 3 which is scratch resistance up to a limited extent.
On the other hand, Antimicrobial Gorilla Glass is the world’s first antimicrobial cover glass. This glass benefits durability, scratch resistance and toughness, with a built-in antimicrobial property to last the lifetime of the display cover glass using ionic silver in glass formation.
Corning Gorilla Glass is well known for its durability to withstand pressure because of Corning’s proprietary composition. Corning manufacture Gorilla Glass in the United States, Korea, and Taiwan. As of now, Gorilla Glass is on use by more than 33 major brands, 2,400 product models, and 2.4 billion devices.