This is far ahead of the competitive aluminosilicate glasses from other manufacturers which typically fail when dropped from less than 0.8 meters.
Succeeding Gorilla Glass 6 (and switching branding tactics), Victus's primary claim to fame is its improved drop performance, reportedly surviving falls of up to 2 meters on hard rough surfaces.
Corning has been testing its glass at a consistent thickness throughout the years, meaning that the company has achieved this new level of resistance on a sheet of Gorilla Glass Victus that measures exactly the same as Gorilla Glass 6.
I wish there was more to share here, because this stuff is probably interesting from a science perspective, but those really are the two things to take away. Not only that, but the new Gorilla Glass Victus is twice as resistant as the Gorilla Glass 6 when it comes to scratches, and up to four times better than the rest of the competition.
Corning releases a new version of its Gorilla Glass toughened glass nearly every two years. It is Gorilla Glass 7 but yes, with a new name.
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Devices with Gorilla Glass Victus will be able to survive a drop from six and a half feet.
For now, it remains unclear whether Gorilla Glass Victus will be available on both the Galaxy Note 20 models or if the new glass solution will be reserved exclusively for the higher-end model. In a bid to offer improved solutions and cement its place as a market leader, the company has officially announced its latest glass technology which represents a breakthrough in the technology. This means Gorilla Glass Victus is much less prone to scratching.
With this latest edition of new glass, Corning made a decision to tackle both issues at once.
Corning has just introduced the next generation of its popular Gorilla Glass.