06-11-2019 07:33 AM
I ask someone from Lenovo/Motorola to explain exactly what type of the front glass has One Vision. On all official pages for One Vision (motorola.com, lenovo.com de, uk), under the display specification it says: "front 2.5D glass, rear 3D Corning Gorilla Glass".
Is this means that display glass is not Gorilla, but just unspecified 2.5D, and only rear case glass is Gorilla? Most of the review sites, like GSMArena, say that display glass is Gorilla, while some others says it's not. On Amazon.de, one angry reviewer claim that the display glass is actually made of plastic. There seems to be confusion here (either accidentally or intentionally).
Will you please clarify this - front glass, Gorilla or not. If yes, which version. If not, what kind of protection has.
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06-11-2019 07:39 AM
06-11-2019 08:03 AM
06-11-2019 08:53 AM
06-12-2019 06:43 AM
GSM saying same from the 1st Motorola one. (unspecific) but the Motorola Specs (1st one) saying: 2,5D Corning® Gorilla® Glass.
But nothing on the Motorola One Vision Specs Site.
( Wir sind also immer noch nicht schlauer ;] )
Not sure where you are looking, but on the spec pages I checked (I looked at three) it says:
If you have a link to one of our pages that is missing this, please post it and I'll get it fixed.
06-12-2019 08:36 AM
06-13-2019 07:28 AM - edited 06-13-2019 07:46 AM
This is not a solution nor the answer to my question.
Just as you wrote and just what I wrote:
The specs for One Vision says: Body: Front 2.5D glass, rear 3D Gorilla Glass
You answered to @dieorange wrote, without understanding about what he wrote. He just mentioned specs for 1st Motorola One.
My question remains - what type of glass is front? It is clear that rear glass is Gorilla, but from my understanding front glass is not Gorilla. It is unspecified 2.5D glass. And it's not only me, there is confusion over this on all review sites.
So please, let's make this clear. Is it Gorilla or not? Yes/No?
Yes, I misunderstood.
Let me see about getting clarification.
I can confirm that it's 2.5D Gorilla Glass. I'll see about getting the specs changed to be less ambiguous.
Thanks for pointing this out.
06-14-2019 07:16 AM
Thank you for clarifying! I would love to see the official specs precisely written, without leaving open questions.
Agreed. I have submitted a request to have it corrected.
06-18-2019 02:10 AM - edited 06-18-2019 02:11 AM
I am a bit surprised by the answer of @MattForumsMngr. On various websites explaining about Gorilla Glass it is explained that no such thing as Gorilla GLas 2,5D exists. 2,5D just seems to mean that there is some curvature on the edges of the glass. It could be better or worse than Gorilla Glass, but the term 2,5 just doesn't say anything about the scratch resistance of the glass it seems. For example, see here: https://www.digitalcitizen.life/what-is-gorilla-glass-what-is-25d-glass and on many other sites (by Googling Gorilla Glass 2,5D). Additionally, also on the website of Corning, the producer of Gorilla Glass there is no mentioning of the existence of 2,5D Gorilla glass. Can you explain this confusion, or for example indicate what your confirmation is based upon. I am really curious, I am about to buy the One Vision, but would very much appreciate if the scratch resistance is as good as my current G5Plus (Gorilla Glass 3D).