Asahi’s new slim glass substrate for touchscreen displays gives smartphones svelte silhouettes

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    We all want our handhelds to have copious computing power and bountiful battery life, but thin is in, and most users are looking for a device that’s less Marilyn Monroe and more Kate Moss. To keep new phones and tablets runway-ready, Asahi developed a thinner glass substrate for use in touchscreen displays. This new 0.28mm soda-lime glass is 15% thinner than the company’s existing offerings, and Asahi will begin mass producing it by the end of April. The skinny new substrate will strut its stuff at SID next month — paired with some durable Dragontrail, no doubt — so we’re looking forward to getting handsy with the company’s new slim and trim displays. Mostly, we’re just thrilled that our future phones won’t look as fat in our jeans. PR’s after the break.

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