Akhan Semiconductor, an American innovation company, has claimed that it has used the hard properties of diamonds to develop a diamond glass that can create ultra-light, ultra-thin, ultra-hard screens for collapsible devices. The glass, called Miraj Diamond Glass, is made of nanodiamond materials made in the laboratory. It can be applied to plastic polymer sheets or untreated bendable glass sheets. Diamond glass is very hard and fully foldable, says Akhan.
Akhan Semiconductor’s diamond glass looks similar to regular glass, but has a nano-grade diamond crystal coating on its surface
Adam Khan, founder and chief executive of Akhan, said: “The nano diamonds themselves are actually semi-flexible and we can coat them on flexible glass. This coating does not affect the collapsibility of the glass, and the feedback from the Original Equipment Manufacturer has been very positive. ”
In addition to being unusually hard, the diamond crystals don’t have the ugly creases on the Galaxy Fold and Motorola Razr screens.
The Miraj diamond glass can also be covered on the bottom surface of a collapsible phone, adam says, so manufacturers don’t need metal inside the phone to support the ultra-thin screen.
At the same time, diamond glass is waterproof and oil resistant. At the same time, keep the heat dissipated and keep the phone at a low temperature, extending the battery life of the phone that uses the material.