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Gorilla Glass 5 will protect phones and tablets from 80% of drops

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Gorilla Glass 5 will protect phones and tablets from 80% of drops

Corning recently announced the latest version of its Gorilla Glass for mobile devices, which promises to protect even better from shoulder height drops. It targets selfie takers and texting on the go.

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