By now, we’re used to top smartphones using some iteration of Corning’s Gorilla Glass, but the latest version of the product, Gorilla Glass Victus, should be better at resisting scratches and surviving drops than any Corning smartphone glass so far.
Now, Corning’s claims have been put to the test. Tech reviewers PhoneBuff subjected the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, one of the first phones to sport the Gorilla Glass Victus, to a drop test, alongside the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
The result? The Note 20 was extremely resilient to drops, having survived (with minor damage on the back) numerous 1 metre (3.3 feet) and 1.45 metre (4.8 feet) drops, while the iPhone’s glass shattered to pieces during these tests. Rea… Read More