Last year during the technology fair CES 2012, the company debuted its technology Corning Gorilla Glass 2 to create glass front panels, which have given life for several years more resistant screens of mobile phones, tablets and even some notebooks. Today, it has been confirmed that during the upcoming CES 2013 version will give birth to Gorilla Glass 3, which apparently is a healthy tradition of Corning to renew its portfolio every 12 months.
The company has told some details of what is behind this new product, among which we highlight an improvement at the molecular level, resulting in a feature called Native Damag optimizations and Resistance (NDR), which allows a reduction in the spread of stripes and breaks if they were made, and doing less noticeable appearance. Of course this is worst because Gorilla Glass 3 also brings enhancements to make it more resistant and prevent damage in case of accidents.
Recall that some iconic devices that use Gorilla Glass are the Google Nexus 4, HTC One X, Nokia Lumia 920 and Samsung Galaxy S III, among many others.