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Dragontrail, manufactured by Asahi Glass Co., is an alkali-aluminosilicate sheet glass engineered for a combination of thinness, lightness and damage-resistance, similar to the Gorilla Glass by Corning Incorporated. The material's primary properties are its strength, allowing thin glass without fragility, its high scratch resistance and its hardness – with a Vickers hardness test rating of 595 to 673.[1]

Dragontrail was launched in 2011[2] and is used by the Oplus XonPhone 5, Sony Xperia Z,[3] Sony Ericsson Xperia active, Sony Xperia Z1, Sony Xperia Z2, Sony Xperia Z3, Xiaomi MI2, Xiaomi Redmi, Galaxy Nexus, Xolo Q1000[4] XOLO Q1010i, XOLO Win q900s,[5] i-mobile IQ6 smartphones and Lava Iris 504Q+.[6] It is also used by Fairphone[7] and also by the new Xolo 8X-Q1000.

See also


  1. ^ "Dragontrail". Asahi Glass Co. p. 2. Retrieved 4 August 2012. 
  2. ^ "AGC Unveils Damage-Resistant Dragontrail™ Glass for Smartphone, Tablet PC, TV Makers Worldwide". Asahi Glass Co. January 20, 2011. Retrieved 4 August 2012. 
  3. ^ Helsby, Chris (2013-01-08). "Sony Xperia Z Review: Hands-on | Mobile Phone Reviews". Retrieved 2014-02-13. 
  4. ^ Gogi Rana (2013-06-12). "Xolo Q1000 review and Unboxing – the MMX A116 competitor?". Retrieved 2014-03-15. 
  5. ^ Meet Xolo Win Q900s, the world's lightest WP smartphone
  6. ^ "Lava". 
  7. ^ "Fairphone - Fairphone Shop". 2013-09-27. Retrieved 2014-02-13. 

External links

  • Official website
  • Patent
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