Victus claims to survive 2-meter fall which is higher than its predecessor that had 1.6-meter durability.
Corning is protecting our smartphone from years but it takes about two years to develop each new generation of gorilla glass. Gorilla glass is a resilient material that gives grace to the critical mass of smartphones.
By boosting the compressing strength of its resilient material, it protects the smartphone screen from scratches, falls, and fend off the shatters or cracks.
The new Victus is obviously better than all its predecessors. It is harder and useful than you could think. It claims to double the scratch resistance from 2018’s gorilla glass 6.
The section of the journey which strengthens the glass is the ion-exchange process. In this process, potassium ion shove aside smaller sodium ion. For so long, the corning was focusing on this method but the Victus is going a bit different.
Corning is attempting to avoiding deep and lateral scratches whose fear puts our heartbeat on a hike when our smartphone is falling and we are trying to catch it. Corning is still working on the micro-ductile scratches that are seen when they catchlights.
A study says that if you have perfect pristine glass, then there are minimum chances of breaking when it is dropped but if it has scratches already then it increases the chances of breaking.
Victus is not launched in the market yet but coring is protecting our screens of major flagship smartphones for a long time. The company said that irrespective of the disruptions in the supply chain due to COVID-19, the company will manage to meet the demand. This statement indicates that future smartphones will have greater protection against breakage and falls by all-new Victus protection.