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How To Protect Your Mobile Screen

by Dillon Patterson Article Publisher

In this day and age, smartphones are getting important and it is necessary to protect your mobile phone screen. As a large screen is preferred by people these days, it is more likely to get scratch of crack on a large screen. If you are a person who drops their phone very often and tends to have its screen repaired, it is time to consider some way to protect your mobile screen.

Modern mobile phones are usually featured with scratch and impact resistant screens that are made up of gorilla glass or something like it. However, these screens are still destructible and you might need a screen protector for it. Even if you get scratches on the screen of your phone by the keys in your pocket or anything else, it would only be the protector that needs to be changed. It is easier to replace a protector instead of replacing a screen. A tempered glass screen protector will further protect your screen. In case you drop your phone, a tempered glass screen protector will save your screen from any possible damage.

Apply a bumper case

One of the most common and useful methods of preventing damage on your phone is the use of a bumper case. Companies have made strong and reliable bumper cases for almost every smartphone model. A bumper case would not let the screen of your phone touch the ground and therefore your mobile screen would not face any damage even if you drop it. Some of them can only protect minor scratches while the other can bear a heavy fall too. They might add a little weight to your phone but it will absorb the damage in case you drop your phone from a height.

Use pop sockets

Pop sockets are a recent invention and it turned out to be a great one. It is a great tool that can hold your phone firmly and strongly while you text or watch. It eliminates the risk of dropping your phone and your phone screen is unlikely to get any damages. Apart from the extra grip and protection, pop sockets can be used for style and fashion as well.

Protect against water damage

Although smartphones offer a water-resistant feature too,they are not completely waterproof. This is one of the most common reasons that damages the mobile phone screen. If your smartphone does not have water-proofing you should protect it to make sure the screen does not get any water. You should get a waterproof mobile phone pocket if you live in a place with frequent rainfalls. You need to get a water-resistant or waterproof case for your mobile phone if you are open to water in any way.

Tips for day-to-day use

Even with the best accessories, your phone is at risk of damage. This is the reason for taking the necessary precautions and keeping your phone protected is important. To help you out, here are some tips for protecting your phone in day-to-day use:

·         When you keep your phone in the pocket, you should make sure that you do not keep any coins or other pointed things in the same pocket that would damage the screen in any way.

·         Get rid of the habit of putting your phone in your rear pocket as the screen will break or the phone will bend if you tend to sit with your phone in your rear pocket.

·         Remove the headset as soon as you are finished listening because you might pull them imprudently and your phone may come with it too causing it to drop that might damage your screen.

Final Words

A smartphone can cost an arm and leg these days but despite being as powerful and feature-rich as ever, they are quite fragile. Therefore, to keep your phone and its screen intact, it is important that you take the required precautions to protect your smartphone.

Hometown Wireless is a Phone Repair Shop in the Central Kentucky & Campbellsville, Elizabethtown, Munfordville, Hodgenville area. We are an authorized Bluegrass Cellular agent for new and used cell phones and accessories.

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Created on Nov 15th 2020 22:43. Viewed 135 times.

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