The super scratch resistant Corning Gorilla Glass quickly became the gold standard for Android smartphones when it debuted over a year ago. Gorilla Glass made it so that it was okay if you happened to throw your phone in the same pocket as your keys, pens, or a tomahawk.
There are many fortified display options out there, but when it comes to Android devices Corning Gorilla Glass is definitely the most popular. Whether this glass is better, or it is just brand loyalty, there is no doubt that the addition of Gorilla Glass makes users feel much more confident. Next year looks to ... Read More »
Corning Gorilla Glass has quickly become the standard in durable smartphone displays. There are other types of fortified glass out there, but Gorilla Glass has practically become a household name. It’s currently being used in hundreds of products by manufacturers all over the world. Unfortunately, Gorilla Glass isn’t for everyone. Not because of pricing or ... Read More »
Gorilla Glass has become a standard for durable Android devices. The glass is insanely hard to crack and nearly impossible to scratch. While Samsung never mentioned anything about the Galaxy Nexus featuring this reinforced glass, we were hoping that it would.
Over the past ten days, we’ve had the privilege of using the HTC Sensation 4G. Now that the phone is officially available at T-Mobile stores across the nation, we’re sharing our thoughts on the phone to give you a closer look at the handset’s hardware and software.
If you haven’t noticed, Android phones are everywhere now. Every few weeks, manufacturers and service providers are launching new handsets which are tailored at distinct market segments. It used to be that Android phones were a one-size-fits-all solution and the only thing you needed to worry about was if you wanted a phone with a ... Read More »
The Samsung Galaxy S II is one of the most anticipated devices of the year since being unveiled at Mobile World Congress. Though most of the credit for its popularity has to be given to its specs, one of the main attractions of the Galaxy S II is found in the design.
Not everyone is familiar with Corning’s Gorilla Glass yet, but many of the current Android devices out there are already using it. Samsung chose Gorilla Glass for most of their Android lineup (Galaxy S series and Galaxy Tab),Dell is a big customer (Aero, Streak, Venue), and it was used in the original Motorola Droid.