There were a few different smartphone trends that we saw in 2017, but one of the biggest was curved displays. Samsung went big with curves with the Galaxy S8, and after this, phones like the LG V30, Note 8, and Pixel 2 XL followed suit.
Curved displays look fantastic and feel great to the touch, but one area where they flat out suck is with screen protectors. You can find plenty of screen protectors on Amazon and Best Buy to purchase for these devices, but unless you're willing to spend 20 minutes messing with LOCA glue and UV lights, they're all pretty much useless.
However, that might soon be changing thanks to Zagg's latest screen protector – the InvisibleShield Glass Curve Elite. The InvisibleShield Glass Curve Elite has a gel-based adhesive surrounding the entire surface, and this is what sets it apart from other screen protectors released by Zagg and competing brands. Rather than only having the adhesive around the edges or putting it everywhere else but here, Zagg potentially eliminates any lost touch responsiveness or ugly halo effects that are often seen with other protectors.
Zagg will be selling the InvisibleShield Glass Curve Elite for $50, and it'll first be available for the Galaxy S8, S8+, and Note 8. It's possible Zagg will release it for other devices, such as the Pixel 2 XL, but that's yet to be confirmed.
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