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  1. MAERSK's Avatar
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    Since the 920 has the super sensitive touch screen, do you guys think screen protectors would actually register as an input? This could possibly lead to a lot of errors whenever touching the screen. I sure hope not and patiently wait for the latest offering from the gadgetshieldz team ;o
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    Im on my spare mobile while I wait for the 920, it has gorilla glass, has lived in my pocket for years, the case it scratched up, but the Glass is like new (after I cleaned it)
    I will look for a case, but Im probably not going to go down the screen protector route
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    My concern is whether the screen is a fingerprint magnet. That's why I got my L900 a screen protector, and why I will want to see whether Nokia needs us to go down that route again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mmacleodbrown View Post
    Im on my spare mobile while I wait for the 920, it has gorilla glass, has lived in my pocket for years, the case it scratched up, but the Glass is like new (after I cleaned it)
    I will look for a case, but Im probably not going to go down the screen protector route
    Im in the same boat here, my current phone has a case that looks battered to say the least, but the glass is as new, gorilla glass is amazing...
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    My 920 already has a tiny scratch on it.
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    I bought an iVisor bubble free matte protector for my 920.

    I had one on my 900, it was AWESOME.. But this screen curves, and it doesn't feel very nice.

    I am not using one.
    -Chances are, I'm guessing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mmacleodbrown View Post
    Im on my spare mobile while I wait for the 920, it has gorilla glass, has lived in my pocket for years, the case it scratched up, but the Glass is like new (after I cleaned it)
    I will look for a case, but Im probably not going to go down the screen protector route
    I also have several scratches in my screen already. I got from my desk at home, to my back pocket, to my desk at work and reverse. If I move my fingernail along the screen, they are definite scratches. They are hairline, but its hasn't even been a week yet.

    I'm concerned about the screen and if I do get a protector (which I thought I wasn't going to need) will it lose the sensitive touch feature? :dry
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    I just picked up the iVisor screen protector at an AT&T store. As ibbyj said, the curved glass makes the edges of the screen protector more pronounced but it's nothing I can't get used to. As for the sensitivity, works perfectly fine.
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    The screen is very resistant to fingerprints, due to the oleophobic coating. It is the coating which is scratching, and it takes very little effort to produce a tiny, hairline scratch in the coating. These scratches are invisible when the screen is on. Just to be clear, it is not the Gorilla Glass that is scratching. I'm strongly considering a screen protector.


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