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Choosing the best screen protection for your device

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We love our phones and want the best out of it and don’t want the screens to get shattered or scratched. Its much more valuable than most of the things in our life. But sometimes, due to mostly our carelessness we drop our phones which result in big scratches and sometimes the phones glass panel even shatters!
There are a lot of different types of screen protectors available in the market, but all of it isn't worthy for us.
Here is the complete guide for your phone protector!
READIBILITY
Indoors– Both types of screen protectors, matte as well as glossy finish make for a good indoor (controlled lighting) reading experience. The tempered glass performs the best indoors
Outdoors- In bright outdoors, i.e. during the day, the anti-glare screen guards have an edge over the glossy screenguards as they reflect very little light. The glossy screen guards can be used in bright outdoors, but only after cranking up the brightness level which in turn will drain your battery. The tempered glass is more strong and will protect you’re phone more if it falls on a rough surface compared to screen guards
Vividness and sharpness
Matte finish screenguards excel at outdoor use but they will not be a good fit for you if watch a lot of movies, and browse image heavy websites. The anti-glare finish transmits less than light than the glossy finish, and hence affects the color gamut and sharpness slightly. We would advice that you try a matte finish scratch first and then buy it. It might be a dealbreaker for some.
On the contrary, the glossy screen guards suffer from no such issue and offer the best image viewing.
Fingerprints and Smudges
The glossy scratch guards can get covered up with dust and oil in no time and thus spoil the user experience. You need to clean these screen protectors as often as you can to maintain a good viewing.
The smudging effect is not much visible on matte finish screen guards. Some people feel that anti-glare screen guards are smoother on the surface than glossy scratch protectors and hence improve the touch-input.
To sum it up, we would recommend that you choose the type of screen protector based on your usage and requirements.
the tempered glass though doesn’t catch too many fingerprints.
Choose MATTE screen protector if you: 1. Stay outdoors for most of the time. 2. Can’t clean the screen protector frequently. 3. Prefer readability over image quality.
Go for the GLOSSY screen guard if you: 1. Work Indoors. 2. Are a smartphone photographer, or a movie buff. 3. Prefer image quality over outdoor use.
Go for TEMPERED GLASS if 1. You use your phone very rough. Only go for tempered glass which are above 9H grade
Hrithik Kaul

Hrithik Kaul

I am also the owner and founder of Techaguy.blogspot.in. You can view my posts there too!

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