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Do we really need a screen protector...

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28th April 2012, 11:28 PM |#111  
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get a screen protector, no harm if you have one on, my phone has several deep scratches,if you dont place your phone on hard objects or have a dedicated pocket,slot for your phone you should be fine.

i listen to music when outside working or doing the garden so i need it for protection from natural environments, i would recommend one, so when your out and about or in a hurry you dont have to worry about the screen when its in your pocket with other objects,coins etc.
 
 
29th April 2012, 02:27 PM |#112  
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I think we need a screen protector. It comes in handy when you shove your phone
in your pocket with keys,coins etc.
29th April 2012, 04:23 PM |#113  
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Having a screen protector on S AMOLED is like raping the screen..

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29th April 2012, 04:58 PM |#114  
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Had the phone for about 11 months, no screen protector, rarely use a case - it usually goes in a separate pocket in my handbag or a coat pocket (but never with keys, coins, etc) - and I can't see any scratches.

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29th April 2012, 05:08 PM |#115  
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at the moment Im using a cheap (1.90) Matt screen protector from fleabay, on my old HTC I was using the ZAGG full body protection, not only is the zagg 1 the easiest SP in the world to install, it looks cool & is guaranteed for life.

as someone said before 500 phone, 2 screen protector. no contest really is there
29th April 2012, 09:37 PM |#116  
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I've used a screen protector for almost a year and only recently took it off. I only ever put the phone in its own pocket so it has no damage at all. So far without the protector I have no damage and prefer the feel of the screen.
30th April 2012, 03:46 AM |#117  
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I am currently using a matte screen protector and is impressed with it but I was just curious if there is a better one for anti glare cuz I still cant see my screen well under the sun.
30th April 2012, 04:37 AM |#118  
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Screenprotectors are ok,and they do prevent little scratches but I don't bother with them.

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30th April 2012, 05:49 AM |#119  
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no need for a screen protector. just search a few youtube videos searching 'sgs2 scratch test'. you'll see heaps of people trying to make a scratch. no one makes the smallest mark when displaying day-to-day use.
30th April 2012, 06:35 AM |#120  
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no need for a screen protector. just search a few youtube videos searching 'sgs2 scratch test'. you'll see heaps of people trying to make a scratch. no one makes the smallest mark when displaying day-to-day use.

hahaha

youve said that in a thread where people have had dust scratch their ss2 screens

dust contains many many particles , some of these particles are tougher then gorilla glass , so if a piece of dust lands on your screen and you wipe it clean you could indeed end up wiping a scratch into your screen just through dust
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I've gotten thin surface scratches on my device from pocket storage without any other objects.

With my sgs1 this would never happen.

I'm not too bothered though as you can only see them in bright lighting and if you're looking for them.
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