Describing OEM adoption of Corning Gorilla Glass with the Dx/Dx+ smartphone camera lens cover

Corning announced a new category for its scratch-resistant and durable glass composite products, Corning Gorilla Glass with DX and Corning Gorilla Glass with DX+ Smartphone Camera Lens Cover. These aren’t technically new as they’ve been covering smartwatch screens since 2018. But the transition to smartphone camera lenses has required a lot of tweaking in terms of durability and light transmission. Gorilla Glass with DX and DX+ provides advanced optical performance, superior scratch resistance and durability compared to regular smartphone lens covers.

So how have OEMs embraced the technology, how does it allow for better photography and better scratch resistance. To discuss this CNBC-TV18 Shibani Gharat spoke with Scott Forester, vice president of the Corning Gorilla Glass division, which makes scratch-resistant and durable glass composite products for camera lenses, smartphones and watches.

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