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i don't use any screen protector

i've never used any protection for my cell. phone !

curved glass+contour display= as new display ....

i can't say the same for the back cover, it has some scratch
 
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used one during a month at the beginning as for all my devices

But the curve screen was not done for it and it was ugly with all the dirty stuffs coming between the protector and the screen on top and botton of it

put it off, no one since 5 months, and only one scratch, dont know how i done it, just a few days after having put it out, cause since all this time, no any other one micro scratch has come. it is all new.
so the question for me is : how did i scratch it one time if since 5 month i'm using it without particulous caution and didnt done any other one on the screen
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Had a screenprotector on for a day but it looks weird with the oliophobic coating so I took it off Phone is completely bare since December'11 no scratches on the screen a few slight ones on the back. The most important thing is NOT to put your keys in the same pocket!

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used one during a month at the beginning as for all my devices

But the curve screen was not done for it and it was ugly with all the dirty stuffs coming between the protector and the screen on top and botton of it

put it off, no one since 5 months, and only one scratch, dont know how i done it, just a few days after having put it out, cause since all this time, no any other one micro scratch has come. it is all new.
so the question for me is : how did i scratch it one time if since 5 month i'm using it without particulous caution and didnt done any other one on the screen
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used one during a month at the beginning as for all my devices

But the curve screen was not done for it and it was ugly with all the dirty stuffs coming between the protector and the screen on top and botton of it

put it off, no one since 5 months, and only one scratch, dont know how i done it, just a few days after having put it out, cause since all this time, no any other one micro scratch has come. it is all new.
so the question for me is : how did i scratch it one time if since 5 month i'm using it without particulous caution and didnt done any other one on the screen
probly your first glass screen phone

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Had the screen protector on.


But I took it odd today.and man. Its looks beautiful!

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I had to strip the Zagg off my NS it was too damned rubbery! All in all they're not designed well for protectors (probably not intended either) but I worked in a steel yard for a year when I had my 1st NS and I took it with me every day, I'd pull steel filings out of every pocket and the phone only ever got ONE superficial scratch
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Never used one and there's not a single scratch on my screen. If you're careful with your phone and have a good case you don't need one.
 
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Screen protectors are not just for protection against scratches. A good one also omits visible fingerprints, and improve sun readibility.

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I had a matte screen protector on, but it would give me those rainbow colours all over the screen that you would get if you put a drop of water on your screen, and it was extremely annoying to read text with that.
I don't mind the slight graininess it gives off and matte screens are very smooth, but it was too much for me..

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