Corning Announcing a new range of laminated glass To protect the increasing number of camera lenses on the back of smartphones and to capture more ambient light in the process. The new compounds, called Gorilla Glass with DX and Gorilla Glass with DX+, provide “advanced optical performance, superior scratch resistance and durability,” according to Corning.
Technically, this DX variant isn’t exactly new, Corning has a version of. inserted Gorilla Glass with DX / DX + for Smart Watch Back in 2018, but Corning says the move to smartphone camera lens covers brought additional challenges as the glass needed to be more scratch-resistant and somehow let more light through, two properties that can be contradictory. Corning explains how both optimizations were achieved in the video below:
Corning says wired Gorilla Glass with DX and Gorilla Glass with DX+ allow up to 98 percent of ambient light and are still as scratch-resistant as regular Gorilla Glass. By comparison, Corning claims lens covers with traditional anti-reflective coatings only let in about 95 percent of the light. Maximizing the amount of light that smartphones can collect while minimizing reflections and glare is beneficial for getting better performance from smartphone cameras. There can also be more information about A variety of arithmetic operations This has now become the norm in smartphone photography.
The company hasn’t announced which phones will feature new glass composites, but Corning says Samsung has signed on as the first to use the new Gorilla Glass camera lens covers. See the unloaded event الحدث Samsung contract date set for August 11 11 We’re fast approaching the horizon, and we’ll likely see the glass working sooner than we expect.
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