S7 Edge - Dry-fit/Tempered Glass screen protectors

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Two words:

Not happening.

Guess we'll have to get used to those orange-peel, scum retaining, gummy feeling wet apply protectors
 

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Yeah kinda sucks but I'll be happy as long as the screen protectors can save it from cracks when dropped.

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I had a skinomi on my s6 edge(it was the self healing kind) . It wasn't great, but your options are limited with the curved glass
 

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I'm not worried about it. When I had the BlackBerry Priv for a couple of weeks, I got a great screen protector off Amazon for less than $8 that worked really well. It wasn't glass, but oh well: Amazon.com: Skinomi® TechSkin - BlackBerry Priv Screen Protector Premium HD Clear Film with Free Lifetime Replacement Warranty / Ultra High Definition Invisible and Anti-Bubble Crystal Shield: Cell Phones & Accessories

that may be true, but like the s6edge, that only has a curve on two sides of the screen.

s7e appears to curve on all four sides. Oh, what a pain that'll be!
 

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I tried a variety of glass screen protectors for the Galaxy S6 EDGE+ - all of them sucked.

So for the first time ever, I'll go with a TPU case that protects the edges + insurance and no screen protector.
 

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Zagg has a glass contour screen protector coming. It's on their website for the s7/s7e. No price yet, but I'm assuming it will be well worth it.
 

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I tried a variety of glass screen protectors for the Galaxy S6 EDGE+ - all of them sucked.

So for the first time ever, I'll go with a TPU case that protects the edges + insurance and no screen protector.
That'd be awesome
 

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Also interested to know of what's the best screen protector to go for. I'd like tempered glass, but to be honest I'd settle with any decent screen protector as long as it doesn't peel or effect the usability of the phone. As someone who regularly updates my phone, it's important I keep it in perfect condition for reselling.
 

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They do where is that shown at? I just went there and punched in the 7 Edge and it said no glass one being made. I have had two Zagg glass on my two previous HTC's and me and my husband love tghe Zagg glass. I don't know what to do now and he also likes the Otterbox Defender which isn't made for the edge. He may go for the just the S7 I'll decide tomorrow when in the store but I really want the 7 edge I am pre-ordering at BB tomorrow before work.


Zagg has a glass contour screen protector coming. It's on their website for the s7/s7e. No price yet, but I'm assuming it will be well worth it.
 

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So Zagg did make glass ones for the 6 edge but it wasn't any good? I love the Zagg glass on my HTC now. So what do you guys recommend? I don't know what to do amazon had one for 19.99 and it came in all 3 colors as your phone the top and bottom of it but I don't know if it'll be good and it's not shipping till the 27th.

if it's the same as the 6 edge and edge plus... it peels.
 

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Spigen has released their Crystal HD ones - they aren't glass, but they fit nicely. Had one of those for the EDGE+
 

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They do where is that shown at? I just went there and punched in the 7 Edge and it said no glass one being made. I have had two Zagg glass on my two previous HTC's and me and my husband love tghe Zagg glass. I don't know what to do now and he also likes the Otterbox Defender which isn't made for the edge. He may go for the just the S7 I'll decide tomorrow when in the store but I really want the 7 edge I am pre-ordering at BB tomorrow before work.

You can see it here:
Samsung Galaxy S7 Accessories | ZAGG
 

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Well there is shows the original and the HD which when I went and punched in the actual phone the S7 Edge only the original showed as being made. But if you click on the link under glass it doesn't show being made. But Thanks I emailed them to see if one will be made. Oh and i just called the Kiosk in the mall where I am going to now to pre order our phones. He said no glass but he has the HD https://forums.androidcentral.com/e...-hd-dry-samsung-galaxy-s7-edge&token=bS-NRQE_ He said their good and they sell for 24.99 and they install for another 5 so I think I"ll do that unless best Buy has them and gives us 20% off like they did last time but they charge to put on too I think. Ok time to leave and go pre order phones.
 

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I reached out to MIMEUSA today about theirs. They responded quickly stating it was in the final stage of production, and should ready for sale next week.

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I was one of the lucky few to have their T-Mobile pre-order arrive early, and thus needed a protection solution asap. This was the only brand that was shipping orders (and was not wet application) so I gave them a try. I wasn't expecting much, but to my surprise they actually look good. They are laminate and thus look weird at certain angles, but the edges actually adhere and the screen is clear. Not a bad choice until the Spigen one arrives. I might also give this iCarez one a try when it is released, solid brand that I used exclusively with the S6. And yes the protector is on the handset (took a while to workout all the bubbles), sucks when you can't use said exemplary low light camera.

Cheap Laminate Protector (Shown in Pictures)

iCarez


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