Samsung’s Galaxy S9 is still a great phone even if it’s over a year old. Whether you bought it new or used you’ll want to keep the screen safe with one of our best Galaxy S9 screen protectors. We’ll explain the different types available, how they work, then suggest a few to keep your screen safe for years to come.
Samsung makes durable phones but they’re far from scratch-proof. Additionally, the curved edges are more prone to damage than traditional displays. Which is why we recommend a durable tempered glass screen protector right away.
We’ve found Galaxy S9 screen protectors priced under $8, and others for $12, which is much cheaper than the $200+ plus it costs to replace a damaged screen. Highly reputable brands cost upwards of $50.
Honestly, spending $7-8 on a cheap film is better than nothing, especially if you don’t keep your phone in a case. Then, more expensive protection uses chemically reinforced and tempered glass similar to what’s already on your screen. They’re extremely durable and our first recommendation. Tempered glass is both scratch and shatter-resistant. If it does crack or break, the screen is usually safe underneath.
These days you can get a tempered glass Galaxy S9 screen protector for under $10, so it’s the best choice over a film. However, it’s important to mention that some glass protectors struggle to fit the curve, too, causing touchscreen sensitivity issues. We’ll help you avoid those.
Basically, if you want to keep your Galaxy S9 safe you’ll want a screen protector from a brand we know, use, and trust. Or you’ll want to buy a UV light and easy installation tray so nothing goes wrong.
Even if you use a case, we still suggest getting a screen protector. That’s because a case won’t protect your phone in a purse, from a pocket full of keys, or against life’s daily hazards. So, consider S9 protection from popular brands like Otterbox, Tech21, Zagg, Spigen, or WhiteStone’s Dome Glass UV process. Choose one, then come back and read these 35 Galaxy S9 tips & tricks.
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