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Best Moto G Power (2022) screen protectors 2022

Moto G Power 2022 Camera Bump Hold fingerprint scanner
Moto G Power 2022 Camera Bump Hold fingerprint scanner (Image credit: Nick Sutrich / Android Central)

If you're in the market for an ultra-affordable Android smartphone, consider Motorola's new Moto G Power (2022), which offers everything from a 6.5-inch display to a battery that lasts up three days on a single charge. We also suggest getting one of the best Moto G Power (2022) screen protectors for your phone, as they'll go a long way in guarding its big display against smudges, scratches, and fingerprints.

These are the best Moto G Power (2022) screen protectors

Even though it's not without its flaws, Motorola's Moto G Power (2022) is arguably one the best budget Android phones available in the market right now. It offers a big 6.5-inch display, a clean software experience, and a massive 5,000mAh battery that can go up to three days on a single charge. That said, affordable gadgets also need care, so we recommend getting a screen protector for the phone's huge front panel.

Our top pick is Beukei's tempered glass screen protector, which comes with a 9H hardness rating for improved protection against scratches, dings, and scuffs. Its hydrophobic and oleophobic coatings help in repelling smudges and fingerprints without affecting the display's visual clarity or touch sensitivity. You get a pack of three for such a low price, which makes things even better.

If you find applying screen protectors to be a frustrating task, we suggest getting Aacl's tempered glass screen protector, which comes with an alignment frame for a fuss-free installation. In addition, it's made from Japanese glass and comes with a special design that allows for increased protection at the display's corners.

When it comes to protecting our smartphones, a screen protector is only one-half of the picture. The other half is a case, so if you're planning on getting this thing, don't forget to pick up one of the best Moto G Power (2022) cases for it as well.

Rajat Sharma
Contributor

When Rajat got his first PC—a Pentium III machine with 128MB of RAM and a 56kbps dial-up modem—back in 2001, he had little idea it would mark the beginning of a lifelong love affair with gadgets. That fascination, combined with a penchant for writing and editing, ultimately led to him becoming a technology journalist. Some of Rajat's other interests include Photography, Hand Lettering, and Digital Typography. He's also somewhat obsessed with wrist-worn timepieces, and appreciates a Casio just as much as a Jaeger-LeCoultre.