It doesn't have a curved screen per se. The glass over the display is contoured though, so dry/adhesive screen protectors that aren't fit properly tend not to stay on as well - they'll lift up off the glass at the edges where the glass curves back down. But if you have a case that protects around the edges (i.e. TPU cases) and the screen protector is centered well enough this won't be a big problem.I don't think it has a curved screen...
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Ghost Armor... Plain and simple. I know it's more expensive than the "3 Packs" carriers sell, but it's truly amazing. No "Orange Peel" feel or look like Zagg, tough, and clear. I have it on my G-Nex, my Tab 10.1, and my GF has it on her iPad/iPhone. She loves it, and we both recommend it to all our friends with new phones/Gadgets
I feel like this comment is undoubtedly from the manufacturer of this screen protector. I don't think I've ever seen a normal person use the "Orange Peel" phrase before. I'm not sure I even understand what it means... Are you talking about the little bubbles around dust that get on the screen? One comment, too, huh?
The term "orange peel" effect is commonly used to describe the look of certain wet-application screen protectors. Search for forum posts about screen protectors (both here and elsewhere) and you find tons of posts asking if a certain brand exhibits orange peel or posts complaining about orange peel. It's not dust, but the surface if the protector being slightly uneven so that it looks like the skin of an orange.
I have a Zagg protector on an iPad 1st gen and it definitely has a slight orange peel effect when you view the screen at a certain angle. When I was looking for a screen protector for my Galaxy Nexus I got an xoskins based on reports that the orange peel effect was minimal (which I found to be true).
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I thought the orange peel effect was the stickyness when u swipe or long press on the screen protector
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Thanks for replies!
I didn't know wet-application screen protectors exist.
Does anyone know if any wet-application screen protectors for galaxy s3 are sold online?
I'm not gonna buy one now. I just wanna get a sense how that looks like. I searched in xoskins, but I guess it's not on sold there.
p.s. sorry for asking a Galaxy S3 questions in the Nexus Forum. I seems like you guys know many accessory stores for Galaxy Nexus
The phone is new so it will take a little time for accessories to show up. Search on YouTube for instructional videos on how to apply screen protectors.
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