Corning Incorporated has just announced the launch of new scratch-resistant glass for optical sensors on smartphones. Samsung will be the first manufacturer to use it on its future products.
While high-end smartphones can compete with fairly high-end digital cameras, our daily use puts a strain on photosensors
The Corning Gorilla Glass DX to protect your optics
While the optics of professional digital cameras already feature high-performance protective glass, the same was not valid for smartphones. Still, the camera function of these devices that accompany us everywhere throughout the day is one of today’s main buying criteria.
We are all looking for a model that offers excellent performance, but a high-performance optical sensor can be put to the test by being placed everywhere or slipping into the pocket of a coat or pants. To offer absolute protection worthy of interest, Samsung will equip its next smartphones with corning incorporated’s all-new scratch glass, the Corning Gorilla Glass DX. This allows the integrated camera to be protected durably while allowing up to 98% of the light to pass through.