With the appearance of a larger-screen phone and ever-expanding cameras that appear on the market, the need to protect the screen's visibility and lens cameras is becoming increasingly important. Not only are scratches blurred, scratches on the screen can make text difficult to read and scratches on camera lenses make the purpose of the HD camera meaningless. Obviously, the flaw of using screen protection is just that if you release the phone, only the screen and camera are lenses that are protected, but in full cases it is a protection for the entire phone.
Martin Fields Overlay Plus Screen Protector products are highly recommended by many end users at various levels and I decided to test my screen protector and have recently purchased the Nokia N95 8GB, although it is beautifully designed and has easily damaged Carl Zeiss lens (Kit for N95 contains main screen protection, camera, and camera flash).
First, the N95 Screen Protector turns around £ 7m (available from UK expansys), which is not a big expense for the protection of such valuable things. Unlike some cheaper screen savers, the package is good and actually includes instructions (including cleanup, reuse and application) and links to videos from the above.
The screen protection itself has good adhesive properties on the screen, it's not at all a relaxation and the content seems to be very difficult (it's not easy to deform). When used, there is no obvious difference between the thickness of the screen and it is definitely difficult to tell if it is actually the screen saver installed, increased due to the accuracy of the screen protector (0.2 mm thickness). The same can be said for all lens covers on the camera.
The environmental impact explanation is reduced by the screen protector, which makes text easier to read under high light conditions, and the protection also prevents 99% UV light (the UV filters reduce the load on the eyes by inhibiting 99% of ultraviolet rays from the LCD screen .)
The display of the camera protector does not seem to affect the quality of the image (see above image). As can be seen in the picture on the left, the lens screen does not significantly affect the camera's quality.
All in all, I would recommend the Martin Fields Overlay Plus screen protector for its slight impact on the overall look of the phone and function, but strong screen and camera protection and also for the small price tag for something that can be reused over and over again with relative ease.
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Source by James Youell