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both my slim armor and ultra hybrid had no issues with my 0.33mm tempered glass screen protector, please check the alignment and make sure it's centered properly.
And what do you prefer? slim or ultra hybrid?
 
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And what do you prefer? slim or ultra hybrid?
both feels similar but the ultra hybrid clear back will gather fingerprint smudges easily after using it for a while.

Personally I prefer the Slim Armor more as the clear see through back is not that important to me. It has more protection compared to the Ultra Hybrid.
 
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dumb question. any of you with tempered glass go naked? do you trust the protector?
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