What Kinds of Screen Protector do you Really Need?(4)
A screen protector is first thing you should buy after receiving your expensive new phone. In fact we suggest you buy at least one screen protector even before it even arrives so it's ready to apply to your screen as soon as your phone is out of the box. Furthermore, you should also keep in mind that as screen sizes increase - so does the potential for scratches.
There are literally hundreds of screen protectors available and while you can buy many of them for pennies, this guide has chosen to evaluate the key brands and the best screen protectors, not the cheapest. Keep in mind the fact that your device is probably worth several hundred dollars, therefore money spent on a quality protector is a good investment.
- Standard / Crystal Clear Screen Protectors. Clear screen protectors are usually a bit thinner others (anti-glare ones for example) and their surface is usually shiny or smooth, meaning your finger does not 'stick' when moving across the screen. This is useful on touchscreen phones where you ideally want your finger to glide across the screen as effortlessly as possible.
- Anti-glare (AG) Screen Protectors. These protectors are designed to diffuse sunlight or artificial light so that your shiny screen doesn't reflect light back into your eyes. Such screen protectors will often appear with a matt or frosty finish and under a microscope will contain small grooves. Their primary purpose is to ensure your screen is readable or viewable in direct light, but they have the added bonus of reducing fingerprints and smudges to some degree.
- Mirror Screen Protectors. Mirror screen protector are designed to turn your phone screen into a mirror when the screen isn't lit up – great for quickly checking your hair or makeup when out and about. The downside is that they can create quite a bit of glare and can mean the colors of your screen may not be as vibrant as they should be.
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