Best OnePlus 10T screen protectors 2024

OnePlus 10T starts at $649 and offers the promise of strong performance, thanks to the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 mobile platform and up to 16GB of RAM, and superfast charging at 150W. 

The 6.7-inch 120Hz display offers enhanced colors while details appear rich. Even though the OnePlus 10T comes with Gorilla Glass 5, it still needs due care. Although a thin plastic film comes pre-applied onto the screen, things can still get unfortunate  This is why we have put together this list of our top recommendations for OnePlus 10T screen protectors.

Protect that powerful OnePlus 10T display

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The best OnePlus 10T screen protectors for uncertain moments 

At $649, OnePlus has included great hardware and a gorgeous display on the OnePlus 10T. Unfortunately, accidents cannot be predicted, and it's always better to invest in prevention than having to spend a couple of hundred dollars to replace a broken screen. Among the products listed above, we found a few screen protectors for your OnePlus 10T that really stood out as excellent options.

The OnePlus 10T screen protector from Suttkue comes in a pack of two units of tempered glass for the display, and two camera protective glass covers, that offer great protection. Our second pick is the Draxlgon TPU screen protector, which is more flexible and easier to install on your OnePlus 10T than tempered glass. Finally, OnePlus's official 3D glass screen protector comes with black borders machined with high precision, ensuring a perfect fit over the device's bezel. Either way, each option in this list is bound to keep your OnePlus 10T's screen protected from the elements.

While you look for great screen protectors for your new phone, complement it with a OnePlus 10T protective case to get additional protection and keep it looking like new for months. 

Tushar Mehta
Contributing Writer

Tushar is a contributing writer at Android Central, based in India. He drives a Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra and frequently curses Apple for upgrading tech very soon.