The Samsung Galaxy S III is one of the first devices to use Corning’s new product, the Gorilla Glass 2. Protecting the screen, the Gorilla Glass 2 prevents damage from scratches, drops, and bumps and other mishaps associated with everyday use. It’s also now up to 20 percent thinner then the previous generation, make the devices lot slimmer, better touch responsiveness, and brighter images without sacrificing the damage resistance the users require.
While we are thinking of the Galaxy S III as a precious device and don’t want to scratch on the device ourself to see if Gorilla Glass is really capable of handling accidents, there are others who always do it in hard way. We’ve already showed you a drop test against the iPhone 4S. This time an user decided to put the Gorilla Glass 2 to on a test with a knife, playing Fruit Ninja. From looking at the video we can’t really tell if the front panel suffered any damage from scratches but I think it’s safe to assume the Gorilla Glass did a good job protecting it. Watch Galaxy S III Gorilla Glass 2 test video below :