5-speed listening (Smartphone Glass - Level 0)

Gorilla Glass toughest ever smartphone screen






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ESL resource book with copiable worksheets and handouts - 1,000 Ideas and Activities for Language Teachers / English teachers
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This useful resource has hundreds of ideas, activity templates, reproducible activities for …

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Do you worry about dropping your smartphone? Glass used to make smartphone screens just got stronger. The glass is called Gorilla Glass. It has been used in smartphones for many years. It is now more difficult to scratch, crack or smash. It can also survive drops of up to two metres without any damage.

A company spokesperson said: "Dropped phones can result in broken phones." He said the company wanted to make the new glass stronger for both drops and scratches. It usually focused on making the glass better just for drops or just for scratches. The new glass will debut on Samsung products "in the near future".

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