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Best Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Plus screen protectors 2022

The Galaxy Tab S8 tablets are some of the most beautiful tablets you can buy, with powerful hardware and Samsung's excellent display tech front and center. The Tab S8+ is a well-balanced tablet with a large 12.4-inch AMOLED display with 500 nits of brightness. These specs make it great for work and play on the go, but you'll want to ensure it's protected from impact and scratches as you travel. Well, we've done the research, and these are some of the best screen protectors for your Tab S8+.

Add a layer of protection to your Tab S8 Plus with these screen protectors

Get the right material for your needs

The Galaxy Tab S8+ is one of the best Android tablets you can buy thanks to a great balance of features and a premium feel, as we found in our review, along with S Pen support. To follow, a healthy ecosystem of accessories such as the best Tab S8+ cases has emerged to help you customize your tablet to your needs. But you'll need a screen protector, too, to keep your screen in pristine condition. 

Tempered glass is one of the most popular materials for a screen protector because it replicates the look and feel of Samsung's finish more closely than a plastic film ever could. Still, it has the same weaknesses as the naked screen with the potential for cracking as well as a difficult installation process. The Spigen Tempered Glass Screen Protector is a good pick thanks to its alignment tool which takes some of the guesswork out of installation.

A plastic or film screen protector might be a better fit for those looking for a little less glare and some people prefer the feel of the surface compared to glass. The Bersem Paperfeel film for example is designed to feel like paper so that taking notes or drawing with the S Pen feels more natural. It's worth noting that the coarse surface will eat through S Pen nibs more quickly than the glossy screen so you'll want to have a few extras handy.

When Samuel is not writing about networking or 5G at Android Central, he spends most of his time researching computer components and obsessing over what CPU goes into the ultimate Windows 98 computer. It's the Pentium 3.