Tempered Glass Screen Protector Touch Sensitivity

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  • #i
Howdy Guys,

Quick question. I realize I didn’t become for an expensive tempered glass protector, notwithstanding, looking for the near honest answer on losing any touch sensitivity with even the high end, tempered, curved tempered glass protectors… Do you lose sensitivity when y’all installed yours?

On flat screen phones in the past, I oasis’t had this issue, however with this telephone, I find a significant deal of touch sensitivity, particularly when I’m trying to use it when it’s laying apartment on a tabular array and I’grand trying to swipe at it at am angle.

Looking for honest answers… No matter how expensive your protector yours was… Give thanks you!

  • #2
Depends on how well the TGSP sits on the phone.

I haven’t heard of whatever touch sensitivoty bug with full adhesive ones like the whitestone dome.

The ones with but adhesive on the borders, yous might lose sensitivity if for example the glass in the middle lifts/not sitting flat or if the vendor used some crap textile.

I have only had experience with the Olixar and some no name brand from the local store, both side adhesive and both were fine on sensitivity

  • #3
Tempered glass touch sensitivity

Probably, this might depend on the quality of tempered glass screen protector that you are using. Its installation too matters the most. See to it whether it has fit your phone perfectly or not.

So far I oasis’t heard whatsoever such issues and I personally haven’t faced whatever such bug.

optimummind


  • #four
Try the TGSP from Otium on Amazon. It’south cheap & pretty good. It’s also case-friendly.

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  • #5
I just bought a Luvvit screen protector for my s9+ and immediately detect the same matter. I have to press actually hard on the screen when typing now. I’m going to requite information technology the dark to see if information technology adheres whatever better. Otherwise, its coming off.

  • #6
Howdy Guys,

Quick question. I realize I didn’t go for an expensive tempered glass protector, however, looking for the near honest answer on losing any touch sensitivity with even the high end, tempered, curved tempered glass protectors… Do you lose sensitivity when y’all installed yours?

On flat screen phones in the past, I oasis’t had this result, nevertheless with this phone, I notice a significant deal of touch sensitivity, especially when I’m trying to use it when information technology’s laying apartment on a table and I’thou trying to swipe at it at am bending.

Looking for honest answers… No matter how expensive your protector yours was… Thank you!

I tried 5 different screen protectors (TG/SILICON) with all i had a bad bear upon sensetivity

  • #7
I tried v different screen protectors (TG/SILICON) with all i had a bad touch sensetivity

Got it, thanks for reporting your experience bud.

  • #viii
Guys,

This is the best solution I have found (for the price), a full screen adhesive TGSP for £9.00.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Samsung-…341497?hash=item2f0d1b14b9:g:CFIAAOSw3WxaRXwn

No loss in sensitivity no dot matrix on screen, and is case friendly too. Although this technically is for the Southward* with their identical screen dimensions, this should work on the S9 also.

And no, its not similar the other inexpensive TGSP on the market equally this ane sticks entirely to the drinking glass with no gaps.

Give information technology a attempt.

RR

ocujos


  • #9
Guys,

This is the best solution I take found (for the price), a full screen adhesive TGSP for £nine.00.

https://www.ebay.co.united kingdom of great britain and northern ireland/itm/Samsung-…341497?hash=item2f0d1b14b9:thou:CFIAAOSw3WxaRXwn

No loss in sensitivity no dot matrix on screen, and is example friendly too. Although this technically is for the S* with their identical screen dimensions, this should work on the S9 as well.

And no, its not similar the other cheap TGSP on the market as this one sticks entirely to the glass with no gaps.

Give it a try.

RR

Is it really agglutinative across the *whole* screen? It’s an amazing toll. Is information technology real glass or some sort OF Tough plastic? Tin yous scratch it with something abrupt, like a knife? Do you have a manufacturer website URL?

  • #x
Is it really adhesive across the *whole* screen? It’s an amazing price. Is it real glass or some sort OF Tough plastic? Can you scratch it with something abrupt, similar a knife? Exercise you have a manufacturer website URL?

Yes it really is total screen adhesive, and yes information technology actually is drinking glass………but…….it is some sort of glass/plastic composite, which has the hardness of tempered drinking glass (and then no, yous can’t scratch it), but a little elasticity and flex similar plastic, which is actually needed to fit the protector to the phone. I know its definitely drinking glass, as this is my 2nd i, and when removing the first ane (telephone fell out of my pocket whilst cycling and TGSP shattered on one edge) the whole affair shattered like TGSP are supposed to. Will mail service some pictures later today when I become the chance, only after almost a year of trying unlike varieties, TGSP with glue around edges, TPU ones, PET ones etc, I have to say that for the money this is the best solution I’ve found. The merely one I tin can imagine that is better than this would be the whitestone one, however, this is easier to install, and a fraction of the price too!

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