Screen Protectors


Fed up with the sun’s intense light reflecting off your phone’s screen, making it impossible to check up on social media or watch a video? Skinomi’sMatteSkin comes with a special matte coating that helps to cut that glare right out, making it much easier to use your phone while you’re out and about. As it’s made from thin film, it won’t be as protective as tempered glass, but it’ll protect against scratches, dirt, and fingerprints. Best of all, it comes in a twin pack, making it a great value.
  • Pros: Matte skin reduces fingerprints / Affordable/ Smooth/ 2 in 1 Pack
  • Cons: Might not offer as much protection as Gorilla Glass


Spigen’s film screen protector applies wet to the screen, reducing the chance of a rainbow effect or trapped bubbles, and it bends around the curved screen on the Galaxy S10 to ensure thorough coverage. It’s entire case compatible, so if you combine this with one of Spigen’s cases, you don’t need to worry about the edges being lifted off, and the self-healing properties will allow it to heal from any minor impacts. It’s not glass, so it’s not the most complex protection, but it will resist scratches and ensure dirt stays away from your screen. Even better — it’s a twin pack, so you can easily replace the first if it gets mucky.
  • Pros: Easy to Paste Yourself/ Affordable/ 2 in 1 Pack
  • Cons: Might not offer as much protection as Gorilla Glass


If you’ve seen one of Otterbox’s many protective cases, you know it takes smartphone safety very seriously. This Alpha Glass screen protector brings Otterbox’s celebrated pedigree of protection and applies it to your device’s display. It’s anti-shatter, so it it won’t come apart into tiny shards if broken, making it safer for you. Otterbox promises to not interfere with touchscreen responsiveness or impair your phone’s image quality. It’s definitely heavier duty than a film protector, but it will also protect against more direct and more complex threats and usually take a blow that would otherwise break your screen.
  • Pros: Anti-Shatter/ Heavy-Duty
  • Cons: Expensive


It’s one of the pricier options on this list, but you get a lot for your money. The Whitestone Dome screen protector is made from tempered glass and attaches to your screen uniquely. Place your device into the provided rig, and follow the instructions to apply a thin layer of liquid glass. Then the protector itself is lowered onto the screen, and any bubbles are removed. The whole thing is cured with Whitestone’s UV lamp, ensuring a close and tight fit to your device, reducing the risk of sensitivity loss or a drop in image quality.
  • Pros: Popular / Easy to Apply Kit/ No loss of Image Quality
  • Cons: Very Expensive at $80-$110


This is currently the best screen protector for Note 9. It is made of Asahi glass which is not only ultra-clear but also highly resistant to impact drops. The image quality looks precisely the same when using this protector. Many people are amazed that the screen protector seems fused with the phone. Prices are also more affordable than Whitestone. Comes in Both Ultra-Clear and Gaming-Matte this is a fanfare of businesses and gamers alike. If you have cracks on your screen, the Patented Optical Adhesive is told to be able to seal it and make it invisible. So if you have a cracked screen and do not want to fix it, u can use this to hide it away.
  • Pros: Affordable, Ultra Clear + Matte, Seals away Cracks, Gorilla Glass Protection
  • Cons: Hard to Apply