According to Akhan Semiconductor, the first diamond-screened smartphone will likely be introduced in 2019, working on diamond screens that will completely remove the worry of screen breakage.
The more we develop our smartphones, the more talented they are, the more likely it is that they are still broken at times. But the fear of breaking the screen will be ahead of the super-resistant diamond cama we could have stayed about 1 year.
Developed in the laboratory environment by Akhan Semiconductor, Mirage Diamond Glass promises to be much more durable than today’s chemically reinforced Gorilla Glass. The resilience of Mirage Diamond Glass comes from its nanocrystalline structure.
Mirage Diamond Glass uses a nanocrystalline pattern that randomly arranges crystals instead of covering the entire surface with a single structure. This randomly generated regulation prevents any damage to the pieces by breaking the level tension of any pulse.
Mirage Diamond Glass is still in development. Before the company can drive the diamond glass to the market, it has to go through devices such as applicability, production and cost. Because Mirage Diamond Glass is an expensive material that is now produced in the laboratory.
Another obstacle to Mirage Diamond Glass’s current market is glare problems. The glass reflects a large part of the light coming to the surface. So it is not possible to use it on smartphones right now. But the company explained that they were working with a manufacturer to apply the diamond glass to the phone.
Akhan Semiconductor hopes to market Mirage Diamond Glass in 2019. But the technology is still a bit far from usability. Akhan Semiconductor CEO Adam Khan previously promised to launch the Mirage Diamond Glass in 2017, but this did not happen.