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ZAGG Invisible Shield for EVO: Shipped

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  1. esone1ll

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    Inside your monitor.
    Mine has been at my house for a week now ;) This phone is huge!
     
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    Ha! Really? I wonder if Sprint or HTC publish the official, final screen specs for these guys to start making accessories. Otherwise, is it just a guess?
     
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    Clarivue has screen protectors ready as well...the one I want (privacy) is on back order, but I'm putting in my order right now :)
     
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    Inside your monitor.
    The exact dimensions have been out since March ;).
     
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    I see a lot of specs here: Sprint - HTC EVO? 4G

    but no dimensions. Just knowing that the screen is 4.3" diagonal is not enough to make a precise screen protector -- the exact position of the speaker grill and the buttons, the exact width of the screen, the bezel size, etc. Where are those posted?
     
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    Got my confirmation, too. Not sure it means anything, unfortunately. We can hope, though.
     
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    I trust the company I just ordered from (Clarivue)...they always have had the specs correct for all the devices I have used. I did the same thing with my Blackberry 8900...ordered it before it's launch date and it was the correct size.
     
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    I am certain these companies have access to (at the very least an outter shell of) the phone , so that they may offer accessories for them.
     
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    I ordered my Clarivue screen protector yesterday :D
     
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    Inside your monitor.
    HTC Evo 4G - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
     
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    Just curious, was it on back order? Also, I was starting to wonder if I was the only person who used products by Clarivue, lol.
     
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    Yeah I ordered the Ultra-Clear and it was on backorder. Not every protector was on backorder though, I know the Anti-Glare was in stock. This would actually be my first Clarivue product but I've read various reviews about them and they seem legit (and affordable) so I went ahead and ordered.
     
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    So which one is better? I had Zagg on the Pre for all of 2 minutes and the fitment SUCKED so I threw it out. I don't wanna do that again with my EVO.
     
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    I honestly can't tell you, I've never tried Zagg and this would be my first time using Clarivue. It depends on what you're looking for and everyone has different preferences. In my case I was looking for a screen protector that was so clear you could barely tell if at all that there was one on. I'll deal with the fingerprints.
     
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    Inside your monitor.
    My Invisibleshield fits just fine. It's been great on my Pre.
     
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    For those of you that may not like the zagg, I would suggest a phantom skinz. I went from zagg to phantom skinz and I love it. Much clearer and not as tacky feeling. It also doesn't seem to yellow over time like the zagg. Cheaper too and they give you two of whatever you order.

    This is just my personal opinion and own experiences.
     
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    pics of ZAGG shield?
     
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    I ordered the Clarivue anti-glare yesterday. I had never heard of them before this thread, but there were some good reviews online and the price was right ($13 for 2 screen protectors, free shipping).
     
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    I've also never tried other protectors, but I can say the privacy protector that I currently have on my 8900 looks good and is scratch resistant. The fingerprint residue are not that bad either. And fitment is always dead on.
     
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    I'm waiting on the Phantomskinz one to be released. I love everything about the Zagg except for how tacky it is. I like smoooooooth.
     
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    Speaking of screen protection, are any of you guys worried about the lens for the camera on the EVO? It appears that it protrudes a bit from the back of the phone and I am worried that it could collect scratches pretty easily. Is there an easy solution to this, or are my fears unfounded?

    It seems like it would be a good idea to have a small piece of a screen protector to cover the fantastic camera on this phone as it is a major feature.
     
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    Well I'm glad that it isn't flush like the one on my berry is. That became a congregation ground for dust and dirt and every so often i found myself having to clean the lens to clear up the picture.
     
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    If it's like the HD2, there is a little lip around the lens that protrudes just enough to protect the lens a little bit. Not saying it couldn't get scratched up, just that if you set the camera down, it's not sitting on the lens.
     
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    I hear ya, I have the same problem with my Pre.
     
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