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12th May 2014, 07:56 PM   |  #1  
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Just curious DOES our Xperia L camera lens Have gorilla glass?
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Gorilla Glass is used for manufacturing scratch resistant screen. Xperia L doesn't have this feature.

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It doesn't have Gorilla Glass but it does have a Schott 2nd source screen protection which should suffice. I am not allowed to post outside links, but if you want to confirm, search for the official white paper for Xperia L from Sony's website.
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It doesn't have Gorilla Glass but it does have a Schott 2nd source screen protection which should suffice. I am not allowed to post outside links, but if you want to confirm, search for the official white paper for Xperia L from Sony's website.

The lens I would assume like most mobile phone cameras is poly carbonate/plastic.

Is that what you mean? or are you referring to the lens cover? (most likely mineral glass or poly carbonate) on an iPod Touch 5th Gen it is Saphire!
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