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By bignazpwns, Senior Member on 8th February 2020, 10:06 PM
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Personally running there tempered glass. And I must say. I love it. No camera cut out. Cheap and they work great. But as usual 15 sec cure then press for 45 sec on the fingerprint sensor then full cure and it works great. And you can not tell it's on the phone.

Also got a pack of there tpu's. I never have bare glass and had these incase I messed up. Cheap and great. They took what I consider to be the best install method for these "how zag does it" no dust at all. These are pretty much a clone of the zaggs and that's not really a bad thing as far as the install method. The finger print scanner is actually faster then using the stock Samsung protector and is pretty close to bare glass.

Good stuff. Just remember to press on that sensor prior to your final cure and it works great. And no Nast dust around the camera cut out. And FYI selfy camera no visible impact to image quality and the proximity sensor works flawless.
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13th February 2020, 05:34 PM |#2  
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Can you provide some pictures? Thank you
14th February 2020, 04:47 AM |#3  
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Originally Posted by dia_naji

Can you provide some pictures? Thank you

Yeah I'll take some tomorrow. Anything you wanna see? The membrane ones look like invisishield and the glass you can't tell it's on since it's full cover with no camera hole.
14th February 2020, 11:55 PM |#4  
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Crappy can and angle but in person you can't tell anything is on it. That's the glass one.
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