1. bertsirkin's Avatar
    I purchased the following from Amazon:


    The case is minimalistic, which is what I wanted. The tempered glass protector is inexpensive, and has a flaw that is easily-correctable, as all protectors do for the S7 Edge (and Note 7) - they don't have much adhesive on them. The way to correct this (I did this with the Note 7 and now with the S7 Edge) is to put a TINY dab of clear silicone seal on each of the 4 corners of the phone before installing the protector. By pressing down on the 4 corners, the silicone seal will flatten to almost no height, but will help keep the screen protector on. I have no touch-issues and am confident the screen protector will stay on.

    1) Only use a tiny amount of silicone seal - I use the tip of an eyeglass screwdriver to apply it.
    2) Be sure to let the silicone dry overnight before using the phone.
    3) Try to avoid the two bottom capacitive keys with the silicone seal.

    I also used a Dremel on the edges of the case to reduce the overlap a bit, but I don't think that's necessary.
    10-14-2016 12:50 PM

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