Best Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra screen protectors 2024

It may no longer be the latest and greatest thing in town, but there's no denying that Samsung's Galaxy S21 Ultra continues to be one of the most feature-laden Android smartphones currently available in the market. Among other goodies, it comes with a gorgeous 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED panel that makes everything you watch on it a visual delight. 

But even with Gorilla Glass Victus protection, this display needs all the help it can get to maintain its good looks. So, if you're planning to buy this smartphone soon, here are some of the best Galaxy S21 Ultra screen protectors you can pair it up with.

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Keep your Galaxy S21 Ultra's screen in top condition

With its larger display and S-Pen support, the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is one of the more intriguing options in the Galaxy S21 series. Even after the recent launch of its successor, it continues to among the best Android phones available out there. 

So, if you are thinking of buying one, getting the right screen protector (along with one of the best Galaxy S21 Ultra cases) makes perfect sense.

While there's no shortage of solid options, our overall vote goes to EGV's flexible screen protector. Despite being light and thin, it does a great job of protecting the S21 Ultra's display from smudges, scratches, and more. You also get full compatibility with the ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor of the smartphone.

If you'd rather have a tempered glass option, we suggest ZAGG's InvisibleShield GlassFusion VisionGuard+. Sure, it's a bit expensive, but the built-in ability to reduce (even if a little) blue light emitted from the smartphone's display and anti-microbial properties make it worth the high asking price.

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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.