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I ended up getting the Incipio feather Shine and the Glass+Zone tempered glass screen protector with a black border to cover the LG logo. The fit with the case and screen protector seems almost perfect, about 1mm of clearance on the edges. I have not installed the screen protector yet as it came today and I need to get home first!

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Why would you cover the logo?


As for OP's question, I bought a Nillkin Frosted Shield case, which is more like a back cover. It looks and feels awesome, doesn't protect too much though. I use Obliq Zeiss screenprotector, which isn't tempered glass, but does feel like glass, so I'm quite happy with it.
 
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I ended up getting the Incipio feather Shine and the Glass+Zone tempered glass screen protector with a black border to cover the LG logo. The fit with the case and screen protector seems almost perfect, about 1mm of clearance on the edges. I have not installed the screen protector yet as it came today and I need to get home first!

Will post pics if you're interested.
I an interested in your screen protector that covers your logos.

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