Motorola Confirms Corning Gorilla Glass Protection for its Entire Smartphone Portfolio

The Lenovo owned Motorola has now announced that the brand will be bringing the Corning Gorilla Glass protection to all of its smartphone devices. The change will come to effect this year itself.

Here’s more about it.

Motorola Smartphones to Come with Corning Gorilla Glass Protection

The Motorola and Corning Incorporated partnership builds on Lenovo’s collaboration with Corning in the laptops and tablets category, and select laptops and tablets were also introduced featuring the Corning Gorilla Glass technology. Motorola has also already released many smartphone devices with Corning Gorilla Glass protection and the decision of bringing this technology to all of its upcoming smartphone devices can be read as the company’s aim to further assure its users the perfect durability that they always wanted.

Motorola devices are being currently designed with a balanced smartphone experience approach and better cameras, displays, processors, and software are all being offered on smartphones from the brand. Even with this, it is being said that consumers still demand for more durability and reliability with sleek and modern design language. The only way to provide them with what they need is by the incorporation of the cutting-edge Corning Gorilla Glass technology on Motorola smartphones.

Corning Incorporated who are the developers of Gorilla Glass are leading innovators in the field of Materials Science and for more that 15 years, they have been transforming the user experience of smartphones by offering long lasting and durable protection for display screens. It is thus being trusted by many smartphone manufacturers worldwide and that includes Motorola.

By bringing Corning Gorilla Glass protection to the Motorola smartphone portfolio, modern designs can be maintained with toughness and superior durability. It will also be offering exceptional damage resistance from drops and scratches as well, and allows users to experience sensitive touch response.

As per what has been confirmed, the changes will be coming in to effect from the mid-half of this year in 2024 and we can definitely look forward to it in 3 to 4 month’s time.


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