Bradon H, Dec 5, 2014 : Hey friends, As you know, it was recently brought into question whether or not the OnePlus One uses Gorilla Glass 3 in its displays. We purchase our displays as a pre-built assembly from an extremely reputable supplier named TPK. Our display units use Synaptics touch panels protected by Gorilla Glass 3. Because we don’t buy the glass and touch panels separately, we aren’t a direct customer of Corning. This is actually a very common method of sourcing displays, and we certainly aren’t the only ones doing this. This website was used as evidence to suggest that we don’t actually use Gorilla Glass 3 on the OnePlus One. You’ll notice some other notable exemptions from that list. Just as an example, a lot of Sony smartphones use Gorilla Glass 3, yet they are absent from the list in question. We don’t presume to know about Sony’s production methods, but it’s likely that they aren’t on the Corning list for the same reasons we aren’t. We use Gorilla Glass 3. Here is the list of suppliers that we posted on our Facebook page, all the way back in March: You'll notice that TPK has been a close partner of ours since the beginning, and they source Gorilla Glass 3 from Corning. Additionally, here is the design blueprint for the OnePlus One (with all sensitive data removed): You'll notice that the glass material is listed as "Corning Gorilla Glass 2320," which is the industry name for Gorilla Glass 3. All of this being said, there have been a lot of accusations brought against our company in just the past couple weeks. A handful of people claimed that we were selling used or refurbished phones as new, and almost immediately, it was accepted as fact amongst a lot of the community. This of course was in no way accurate, and we posted an official response here. Now, we are posting documents to show that we use Gorilla Glass 3 on the OnePlus One. We aren’t complaining. The fact that we are able to directly interact with our customers at a deeper level than any of our competitors is one of our biggest strengths. But, there have been moments where it seems a bit like a witch hunt. We’re still a startup, and we have a very small team. We have put a lot of time and effort into being extremely forthcoming in response to the recent accusations. Over the past few days, we have personally conducted a thorough investigation of our factories and logistical partners, working right alongside affected customers. We’ve been extremely transparent about our investigations, and we even publicly posted tracking information of our shipping containers to prove factory shipment dates. Now, we’ve posted previously-confidential images of our design, just in order to put our customer’s minds at ease about the materials used. So, we feel that we’ve been very transparent and forthcoming. But, it takes a little bit of time for our team to thoroughly investigate all of these claims and develop correct (and legal) responses. All we ask is that you try not to give legitimacy to every negative thing you hear about us, and we humbly ask that you give us a chance before acting on anecdotal evidence. We can continue to provide proof for all of our components and methods, as we have nothing to hide. However, we’d much rather spend our time innovating and creating a great experience for our customers. Never Settle.