Do you own a smart phone Are you the one who is serious about protecting your investment? If yes, then you must be aware of the term ‘Tempered Glass’.
Tempered glass is made by controlled chemical and thermal treatments to increase its strength. In general, tampered glasses almost 8 times harder than normal element thus keeps you free of worries about your display such as your keys or coins in your pocket rubbing it. Tempered glass can also resist scratches from pointed sharp object and can even absorb shock when you occasionally drop your phone, thus protecting your display. It is always advisable to keep an extra layer on top. What you put on top matters the most.
But how should we choose the suitable thickness of tempered glass screen protectors to protect our smart phones? There are several factors come into play while choosing the perfect screen protector for a smart phone- some may prefer bit harder one while most of the cases good touch sensitivity drive the decision towards the thinner screen protector.
Our Solution for:
Keeping in mind different preferences of our customers we produce different thicknesses of the screen protector’s tempered glass such as: 0.15mm, 0.25mm, 0.33mm, 0.4mm. Here, one have to remember that this thickness represents the thickness of the glass material but not the screen protector’s thickness because there is a layer of AB glue at the bottom of the tempered glass so that the screen protector can be pasted onto the phone’s screen. The thickness of the AB glue is usually between 0.06mm to 0.12mm. It depends on the AB glue’s brand., for example – If someone is using Japanese NIPPA AB Glue then the total thickness of the screen protector will be around 0.43mm whereas the thickness of the glass material is 0.33mm .
We always need to touch the screen when we are using our smart phone. So the former 0.4mm thickness glass material is seldom used for the screen protector because the actual thickness is about 5mm. It does affect the smart phone’s sensitivity.
Smart phone users always prefer smooth movement of fingers over the screen of their phones during the use. So, thinner tempered glass works really well and enhances user experience. Due to that preference of good sensitivity users tend to pick comparatively thinner option over hard
ones. But what we need is the one which balances perfectly and fit perfectly as per the needs.