said it offers the industry’s most flexible glass, with a bending radius lower than 2 mm and thicknesses less than a human hair after processing.
Besides its flexibility, Xensation Flex can be chemically toughened.
This makes it a suitable material for flip phones, which require both flexible and strong displays. The high-transparency of Xensation Flex makes it a premium option to create a high-end user experience.
SCHOTT introduced Xensation Flex, the most flexible ultra-thin glass that is available in mass production.
The new flexible cover glass product line-up offers bending radii below 2 mm after processing and is an addition to the company’s Xensation high-performance glass portfolio.
Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip has brought flexible displays to the smartphone universe, revitalizing the flip phone concept for the mobile era.
“We are supplying ultra-thin glass to Samsung now. This means our technology and high-volume production capability are in a leading position versus other glass players. We continue to improve and strengthen our ultra-thin glass offering with the official market launch of the Xensation Flex brand," said Dr. Feng He, head of Global Product Management and Application of SCHOTT UTG Product.
Xensation is SCHOTT’s glass answer to an ever-demanding consumer electronics industry.
Initially invented as a rigid, high-performance cover glass, Xensation Flex now proves that strength can also come with the ability to bend.
Xensation Up. – SCHOTT’s high-performance cover glass for rigid-display solutions – provides outstanding resistance against breakage, especially with regard to set drop performance.
Xensation Up. in vivo X30 with rainbow edition