• Corning Gorilla Glass For Smartphone Cameras Is Coming To Samsung First

    1 month ago - By Android Headlines

    Corning is perhaps best known as the make of smartphone glass for displays and rear panels. With its key defining feature being that the company's Gorilla Glass keeps those panels safe from scratch and drop damage. But now, the company will reportedly be shifting into coverings for cameras, with the first introduction of its new Gorilla Glass with DX and Gorilla Glass with DX+ coming to Samsung gadgets.
    What is this new glass for cameras?
    Corning itself has announced that “ Samsung will be the first customer to adopt the Gorilla Glass DX products for camera lens covers.” But what, exactly...
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  • The new Gorilla Glass is bringing better photography to your next Galaxy

    The new Gorilla Glass is bringing better photography to your next Galaxy

    1 month ago - By Android Central

    Corning says its new smartphone camera glass is coming first to Samsung Galaxy phones.
    What you need to know
    Corning is bringing its Gorilla Glass with DX/DX+ to smartphone cameras.
    The company claims tougher glass, clearer images, and more light capture.
    Samsung Galaxy smartphones will be the first to adopt the new lens cover.
    Corning has announced that it's bringing its tough glass solution to smartphone cameras. The new glass composite products are dubbed Gorilla Glass with DX and Gorilla Glass with DX+.
    While the company previously released this product to help protect some of the best...
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  • Corning's newest Gorilla Glass is for smartphone cameras

    Corning's newest Gorilla Glass is for smartphone cameras

    1 month ago - By MobileSyrup

    Corning has unveiled a new Gorilla Glass set, but it's not for phone displays - it's for smartphone camera lenses.
    According to Corning's announcement video , traditional smartphone lenses have an anti-reflective coating on the inside that allow light to enter and hit the sensor, producing an image, but these traditional coatings still lose on some of the light that reflects back, never registering on the sensor.
    Corning's new product, the DX and DX+ for camera lenses, reportedly can capture 98 percent of incoming light (in comparison to 90-92 percent with traditional camera glass)...
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