Screen Protectors have become essential parts of our life since the launch of the first mobile phone. Who thought that the thin piece of plastic can become a huge business for cell phone accessory makers around the world.
Phones are launching with gorilla glass screens, They claim that the new gorilla glass is unbreakable and scratch proof, but still these screens need protectors to save them from our day to day hustle.
Samsung is changing how you look at your screens, they have started including curved edges on the phones to make it more appealing. But the curves come with their own disadvantages, drop the phone one-time and kiss goodbye to your new phone. Putting a screen protector is a must on phones with curved edges. Now it is totally a different scenario if you have bought insurance with your phone, you can go commando with your screen.
Curved screens need a special kind of protector. Phone accessory makers went ahead and designed a wet type screen protector for these type of screens. Now, what is a wet type screen protector? You put these on when the screen is wet and let it dry for some time.
Now, why does it work?
Because when the screen is wet, you can move the protector however you want and then when it dries, it sticks to the screen without any obvious bubbles.
Here is a video showing how to install wet type screen protector on the Samsung Galaxy S8, S8 plus and Note 8.
And here are the links to buy the screen protector from Amazon:
Wet Type Screen Protector For Samsung Galaxy S8: http://a.co/dEx8MY1
Wet Type Screen Protector For Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus: http://a.co/ipA6sPT
Wet Type Screen Protector For Samsung Note 8: http://a.co/bSSANdl