Gorilla Glass features exceptional damage resistance to the scratches, drops, and bumps of everyday use. If you have a Motorola, Samsung Galaxy, or LG Android phone you are in luck because it’s likely that your phone comes with this installed. HTC phones on the other hand don’t use this at the moment, so if you have one of these devices you might want to be a bit more careful.
Here are a couple demonstrations of Gorilla Glass in action. I can tell you that after seeing these I now understand why my Droid screen remains flawless after 18 months of hard use without any screen protectors.
Here is a listing of mobile devices that use Gorilla Glass from Corning’s website. There are other devices that may have it as well but they are not authorized to report them unfortunately.
Dell: Aero, Streak, Venue Pro
LG: Ally, Arena, Arena TV, Crystal, eXpo, LG Mini, Maxx,
New Chocolate, Ophone, Optimus 2X, Optimus 7, Optimus Mach
Optimus Q, Optimus Z, Viewty Smart
NEC: docomo PRIME series N-02B, MEDIAS N-04C
Samsung: Behold II, Captivate, Continuum, Corby S3650,
Corby W900, Fascinate, Flight, Flight II, Focus, Galaxy A, Galaxy Ace,
Galaxy S, Galaxy S 4G, Galaxy Spica (Lite), Lindy, Mesmerize,
Moment, Monte, Monte Preston, Omnia II, Omnia HD,
S8500 WAVE, Showcase, Show Omnia, Trance, Transform,
Ultra TOUCH S8300, Vibrant, Wave II
SK Telesys: Rain Phone, Reaction Phone, W Phone