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Galaxy Note 7 - Gorilla Glass 5 Scratch Test - Durability video

5d ago
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Reviewers and YouTube examiners are discovering that the new Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Gorilla Glass 5 screen is susceptible to screen scratches. However, the Gorilla Glass manufacturer Corning disagrees with the test results, and has fired back.

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