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Old September 18th, 2011, 09:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Best screen protector brand?

I got an anti glare screen protector that also reduces fingerprints when I bought the phone but I don't like it. The anti glare really takes away from the brilliant screen.

From your experiences what company offers a truly invisible screen? I want to protect the screen without loosing any quality. I'm not too worried about fingerprints either because I can just wipe em off...

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http://www.sgpstore.com/

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The best screen protector?

None.

The screen is Gorilla Glass.

And any screen protector is going to take away from the screens beauty...
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This.

If you get the Ultra Clear it feels just like the glass and you will not even know it's there.
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and you will not even know it's there.
Yes you will...
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The best screen protector?

None.

The screen is Gorilla Glass.

And any screen protector is going to take away from the screens beauty...
I hope this is not a stupid question - can the Gorilla glass truly not be scratched at all? I am very hard on phones and always scratch them without a screen protector and ding them up without a case. Until reading this post I just assumed without question that I needed a screen protector.
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My old iPhone didn't scratch easily but I was able to scratch this phone on day one before I could put the protector on. It definitely doesn't have tough enough glass and needs to be protected.
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I hope this is not a stupid question - can the Gorilla glass truly not be scratched at all? I am very hard on phones and always scratch them without a screen protector and ding them up without a case. Until reading this post I just assumed without question that I needed a screen protector.
Gorilla glass is scratch resistant, NOT SCRATCH PROOF. It can be scratched depending on the circumstance. You will always have 2 differing opinions of whether you need a protector or not. Search this forum or other forums of how many people had their gorilla glass screen scratched and decided to eventually put a protector on. Its up to you. Its your phone, your investment. Is a few bucks on a protector worth the risk of that annoying scratch when you notice it?
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The best screen protector?

None.

The screen is Gorilla Glass.

And any screen protector is going to take away from the screens beauty...

Before u crash a thread, make sure you are 100% positive before making assumptions on False information.

#1 Gorilla glass is SCRATCH RESISTANT,
not SCRATCH PROOF!

#2 SGP Screen protectors are the best in the business, and are hardly noticeable!

#3 The OP asked a fairly simple question, being...What is a good screen protector?
Not...
Will my screen have its beauty taken away from an SGP screen protector?
WHICH IT WONT!!!

Anyway, were all here to help each other!
That's the name of the game...

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Gorilla glass is scratch resistant, NOT SCRATCH PROOF. It can be scratched depending on the circumstance. You will always have 2 differing opinions of whether you need a protector or not. Search this forum or other forums of how many people had their gorilla glass screen scratched and decided to eventually put a protector on. Its up to you. Its your phone, your investment. Is a few bucks on a protector worth the risk of that annoying scratch when you notice it?
Thanks! I believe with my history of phone abuse I will be needing a screen protector.
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And so it begins...

xda-developers - View Single Post - Scratch on screen on my new epic touch.
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Is it a certainty that the ET4G has Gorilla Glass? I know it's not "scratch-proof", but I can tell you all that the Photon's glass is tougher than any cell phone I've ever seen (except iPhones--it's equal to them). I'm cursed with nearsightedness that allows me to see the most minute of scratches when the sun (or other bright "point source" light) hits them. That's why I use a protector--that, and I can't stand fingerprints. The protector on my Photon doesn't cover the four buttons along the bottom or the top center part where the earpiece, front cam, LED, and sensors are, and these areas are pristine after six weeks of use of the Photon. If such a scratch could be made on the ET4G in routine use, I'd really have to wonder if it's Gorilla Glass. That stuff is extraordinarily tough.
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Before u crash a thread, make sure you are 100% positive before making assumptions on False information.

#1 Gorilla glass is SCRATCH RESISTANT,
not SCRATCH PROOF!

#2 SGP Screen protectors are the best in the business, and are hardly noticeable!

#3 The OP asked a fairly simple question, being...What is a good screen protector?
Not...
Will my screen have its beauty taken away from an SGP screen protector?
WHICH IT WONT!!!

Anyway, were all here to help each other!
That's the name of the game...

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#1 I never said it was scratch proof.

#2 "Hardly" does not mean not noticeable.

#3 The OP also stated that his screen protector takes away from the beauty of his screen. I don't care if you get the best screen protector in the world. It is going to take away from the beauty of the screen, and it will be noticeable.

I am only saying what is true.
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#1 I never said it was scratch proof.

#2 "Hardly" does not mean not noticeable.

#3 The OP also stated that his screen protector takes away from the beauty of his screen. I don't care if you get the best screen protector in the world. It is going to take away from the beauty of the screen, and it will be noticeable.

I am only saying what is true.

The screen protector I am using (a matte finish anti-glare protector) takes away from the beauty of the screen. From the suggestions here and the research I have since done, it appears that this screen protector will satisfy my needs:

SGP Samsung Galaxy S2/ Epic 4G Touch [Sprint] Screen Protector Steinheil Series - GALAXY S2 EPIC 4G TOUCH - Samsung - Cell Phones

Of course any protector is going to change the screen a bit but I'm sure this protector will have a negligible affect to the screens appearance.

One last question. Does this protector come with 1 or 2? the site says "1 Set". Does that imply 2 pcs?

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#1 I never said it was scratch proof.

#2 "Hardly" does not mean not noticeable.

#3 The OP also stated that his screen protector takes away from the beauty of his screen. I don't care if you get the best screen protector in the world. It is going to take away from the beauty of the screen, and it will be noticeable.

I am only saying what is true.
Your opinions don't equal facts, lets just get that out of the way right away. While some people prefer screen protectors, you obviously don't. The OP isn't asking whether he should have one or not, he is asking which ones are the best ones that he can get.
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I just ordered the Ultra Optics from SGP. They are suppose to be finger print resistant and have less glare but still let the screen shine through. I will let you know how well they work when they come in.
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I got an anti glare screen protector that also reduces fingerprints when I bought the phone but I don't like it. The anti glare really takes away from the brilliant screen.

From your experiences what company offers a truly invisible screen? I want to protect the screen without loosing any quality. I'm not too worried about fingerprints either because I can just wipe em off...

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This is the original post. Right?

I'll say it again.

Anything you put over the screen will take away from the quality. Even if it's only a little bit.

What company offers a truely invisible screen?

None. Some are better than others, but none are truely invisible as that you will not know it's on the phone.

Now. If you want me to answer the same questions for a fourth time, just let me know.

And I have nothing against screen savers at all. I just choose not to use them.
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This is the original post. Right?

I'll say it again.

Anything you put over the screen will take away from the quality. Even if it's only a little bit.

What company offers a truely invisible screen?

None. Some are better than others, but none are truely invisible as that you will not know it's on the phone.

Now. If you want me to answer the same questions for a fourth time, just let me know.

And I have nothing against screen savers at all. I just choose not to use them.
Well the thread wasn't about if you choose to use them or not. I was just looking for recommendations on what one to use (not whether I should use one or not).

But thanks for sharing!
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Well the thread wasn't about if you choose to use them or not. I was just looking for recommendations on what one to use (not whether I should use one or not).

But thanks for sharing!
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I need for Steinheil to start selling anti-fingerprint screen protector for this phone.
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I just ordered the Ultra Optics from SGP. They are suppose to be finger print resistant and have less glare but still let the screen shine through. I will let you know how well they work when they come in.

Hmm, I wasn't able to select the Ultra Optics from the pull down list, only the Ultra Crystal, and the Ultra Fine+$2 were the only options.
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Just received an email from SGP customer service saying they aren't making anymore ultra optics at this time due to low demand.

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Xtreme Guard Screen Protectors

They're thinner than Zagg, a little less "textured", and only two bucks each. If you don't like it, tear it off and buy something else.
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Phantom skinz hands down . Every one I've put on my phones I couldn't tell if there was a screen protector or not .
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Look out for the user "my_gadgetgarage" selling a 3 pack on ebay for 8.50. I actually really love the screen protector but its got a cloudy look to it that doesn't really effect the screen but it renders the front camera useless because it covers it up. After this id actually caution against any protector that doesn't have a camera cutout
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Hmm, I wasn't able to select the Ultra Optics from the pull down list, only the Ultra Crystal, and the Ultra Fine+$2 were the only options.
Yeah, they sent me an email yesterday saying they wouldn't be manufacturing the Ultra Optics for the Epic Touch so I switched to the Ultra Oleophobic
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I am pretty sure no screen protector is going to protect a device from having that much pressure in such a tiny area get bashed into the device with a hammer. Aside from the screen, the other internal components would probably get damaged with that much force.
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Hmm, I wasn't able to select the Ultra Optics from the pull down list, only the Ultra Crystal, and the Ultra Fine+$2 were the only options.
I just went with the ultra crystal. Mainly concerned about added screen protection, I can deal with extra fingerprints, I cannot tolerate any sort of grainy images on my screen, it's why I'm one of those wierdos that prefers glossy lcd panels for my laptops and desktops.


The crystal probably provides the least diminution in clarity.
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I have a question for the Steinheil screen protector series. Is the Ultra Fine protector the same as the "anti-fingerprint". It's the only one I am want and I am waiting for and they dont have it yet. Hopefully, they didnt stop selling it.

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I have a question for the Steinheil screen protector series. Is the Ultra Fine protector the same as the "anti-fingerprint". It's the only one I am want and I am waiting for and they dont have it yet. Hopefully, they didnt stop selling it.

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SGP Samsung Galaxy S2/ Epic 4G Touch [Sprint] Screen Protector Steinheil Series - GALAXY S2 EPIC 4G TOUCH - Samsung - Cell Phones

Ultra Oleophobic and Ultra Fine are Fingerprint Resistant.

I ordered the Ultra Oleophobic and just got it today and I like it so far, still get a few smudges from time to time but it does what it advertises.
This is much better than the free Screen Protector provided by TPU Cases.

I'm satisfied with it.
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i have an Xtreme Gaurd also ... 1.99 for 2 on ebay just for the screen .. cant really beat that ... and for the full cover of the phone 4.99 .. im sure most of you have scratches from the keys in your pocket ... and it gives you extra grip
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My first smartphone, and my first post. I have been a sprint customer since WEEK TWO they have offered cellphone service. I have been a small fliphone since that time, going through maybe a dozen phones. All I can say is WOW about this phone, apple isn't my cup of tea...

In regards to screen protectors, I wanted to do without and go RAW like all my other phones, but a few girls I am friends with (of course Iphonies) loved the phone and told me I just must....

I went to the sprint store, and nervously handed over my three day old E4GT and he took it in the back. He didnt show me what he was putting on, and took a nervously long ten minutes to apply the thin screencover. I still have no case. I have no idea what brand it is, but I am glad it is on there. I am notorious with scratching faces. My Ipod is nearly unreadable.

Mine is a "matte" finish it seems, and does aid in glare reduction somewhat in sunlight. It is VERY visible when the screen is off, but not at all when on. The feel is, not natural, like using a condom somewhat, but the job gets done.

I would have to say that going RAW is preferable for pure feel and viewing experience reasons, but unsafe, such as in life....

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Maybe I'm just stupid but I ordered a protector from SGP and it came with two of them. I tried putting them both on and they look horrible. Air bubbles galore. I even tried going back to their website to view the video on how they installed it for the ipad.

Plus, I seem to have a lot of scratches on it already.

Any other suggestions?

edit: The company I bought the protectors from said they will refund me or give me a new set. Anybody else have issues installing with air bubbles or scratches?
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