Why Tempered Glass or Plastic
Screen Protectors Don t Work
- Tempered glass easily gets cracks in the edges and corners after just a few months of normal use. It even has a tendency to shatter into a thousand pieces once you drop it just the wrong way.
It even has a tendency to shatter into a thousand pieces once you drop it just the wrong way.
- Tempered glass ruins the touchability and responsiveness of your screen.
- Plastic screen protectors get easily scratched and ruin the visibility of your HD screen.
You probably have a friend who s screen has this hazy surface of tiny scratches all over it and wondered why he even bothers protecting his phone with something that completely ruins the clarity and vividness of his screen.
- Plastic screen protectors develop bubbles that look terrible on your screen and inhibit the visibility.
Again, why would you put something on top of your screen that makes it look like it has the plaque?
- Tempered glass and plastic screen protectors become obsolete with the new curved and flexible designs of smartphones such as Galaxy S6.
Every time a new smartphone comes out there s a new twist to its screen and often means that you have to look for a new and expensive screen protector for it. If it even exists.
- YOU HAVE TO BUY A NEW AND EXPENSIVE SCREEN PROTECTOR FOR EVERY NEW DEVICE!
What s the solution? Take a look at www.nanofixit.com
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