The Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra is a powerful and versatile Android tablet that can be used equally well for work or play thanks to its massive display. You can even use it as a laptop replacement with its beautiful 14.6-inch screen and DeX mode.
Speaking of that beautiful screen, if you want to keep it in pristine condition, especially if you'll be using the tablet while out and about, you'll need a screen protector. You want one that's perfectly fitted, easy to apply, and won't impact the look and feel of the vibrant display. Luckily, we've compiled a list of the best Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra screen protectors you can buy.
Here are our picks for the best screen protectors for the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra
I'm a fan of Spigen. No matter my phone, I always order a Spigen as my first case. But the company also makes screen protectors, and this tempered glass one has an auto-alignment tool for easy application. Like others on this list, it will resist fingerprints and glare. Spigen also includes an alignment guide, so there's less guesswork during the installation.
Feels like paper
If you prefer something other than tempered glass, you might want to opt for this screen protector. It still offers an anti-glare, anti-fingerprint matte finish, but it's more ideal for those who want to take notes or make sketches since it promises a feel like using traditional paper. It's made of plastic and goes on smoothly using the air-exhausting adhesive.
Two is better than one
Two is always better than one, and with this pack, you get one tempered glass protector to use right away and one to spare. The protector adds an anti-scratch layer and is case-friendly, so feel free to pop on that sleek leather or keyboard case as well. Since glass is glass and glass breaks, it's good to have a spare protector if your first one gets cracked.
If you're on a budget or don't need a pack of protectors, this option will save you a few bucks compared to others on the list. It's tempered glass with an oleophobic coating so fingerprints don't build up too quickly. It also comes with an alignment guide so you can easily apply it evenly. If your tablet use is fairly low-impact or you just need a spare protector just in case, this is a good pick.
No residue left behind
ProCase is another company that thinks two is better than one, and at the price, it's a worthwhile deal. You get a pair of tempered glass screen protectors that offer Super HD transparency, are ultra-thin at just 0.33mm, and have rounded edges. It goes on using the advanced silicone adhesive, and we love that it doesn't leave any residue behind when you remove it.
Bonus dust removal tool
This is another two-pack option, which is ideal if you want to share with a friend or family member or simply re-apply a new one. It's also made from tempered glass that is both anti-scratch and shatterproof. At just 0.33mm thin, you won't even notice it's there when using the touchscreen. And it even comes with dust removal material and a guide stick.
Which is the best screen protector for your Tab S8 Ultra?
As seen in our Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra review, there's a lot to love about this premium tablet. This ultra-slim and lightweight tablet is so easy to bring with you everywhere, but that means you need to protect it. First thing's first, we'd recommend getting a good case for the tablet. If you plan to use it for work and play, opt for a keyboard case. You can get one either direct from Samsung or choose from the great third-party cases available.
Second, it's a good idea to invest in a charger so you can keep it running as long as you need it, whether you're handling a full day at school or going from meeting to meeting at work We have rounded up the best chargers for the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra as well.
But don't negate the need for a good screen protector. While a case protects the corners, edges, and back, a screen protector is what will protect the screen — the heart and soul of the device. When it comes to the best screen protectors for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra, we'd suggest opting for Spigen, even though it costs a bit more. But if you want to save, the other options on this list will do just fine, too.
Christine Persaud is a freelance writer for Android Central who has been writing about tech since long before the smartphone was even a "thing." When she isn't writing, she's probably working on her latest fitness program, binging a new (or old) TV series, tinkering with tech gadgets, or spending time with her school-aged son. A self-professed TV nerd, lover of red wine, and passionate home cook, she's immersed in tech in every facet of her life. Follow her at @christineTechCA.
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