Corning confirms Gorilla Glass on the Samsung Galaxy S3 (page 2)

Michael Harper for redOrbit.com For whatever reason, it seems people expect their glass devices to allow for some level of flexibility. Be it in the name of durability or design, companies have tried to bring a flexible form factor to our glass and LCD devices. Now, Corning has announced such a development in their glass lineup. Called Willow Glass, this new material is only 100-microns thick and is said to be a flexible substrate for LCDs and OLEDs. According to Corning, this new Willow Glass has the potential to be "wrapped" around devices, giving designers more "flexibility" (pardon the pun) in style when drawing up new devices. Corning also says this new material can be processed at temperatures as high as 500 degrees Celsius. "High temperature processing capability is essential for today's high end displays, and is a processing condition that cannot be supported with polymer films," according to Corning's press release. In addition to being incredibly flexible, super-thin and well built, Willow Glass

Corning Unveils Flexible Willow Glass

Michael Harper for redOrbit.com For whatever reason, it seems people expect their glass devices to allow for some level of flexibility. Be it in the name of durability or design, companies ...

Mon 4 Jun 12 from RedOrbit

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