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The best Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus screen protectors

A screen protector is a simple accessory that can prevent damage to your smartphone screen, protecting it from scratches, dirt, fingerprints, and humidity.

If you own a Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus, we recommend using a screen protector to protect the edge-to-edge display. You can choose between film and tempered glass screen protectors, but it’s worth noting that some of the glass protectors can affect the S20 Plus ultrasonic fingerprint sensor — something to bear in mind if you use it regularly.

We’ve rounded up some of the very best screen protectors for your Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus available right now.

LK 2 Pack Screen Protector

LK 2 Pack Screen Protector for Samsung Galaxy S20
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Here’s a film-based screen protector for anyone who wants a little more transparency and sensitivity than you might get from the average glass protector. Made of TPU, it’s strong enough to guard against most everyday damage, with the protector using self-healing technology to repair minor scratches and also remove small bubbles. Its thinness means that the S20 Plus’ fingerprint scanner works perfectly well, as does the touchscreen itself. It comes in a pack of two and also provides two camera lens protectors, just in case you’re worried about the phone’s lenses picking up some stray damage.

ArmorSuit MilitaryShield Screen Protector

ArmorSuit MilitaryShield Screen Protecor for Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus
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ArmorSuit’s MilitaryShield screen protector for the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus is one of the best all-arounders you can find. Constructed from scratch-proof film, it boasts military-grade protection for the S20 Plus, capable of withstanding cracks and other breakages. It makes use of self-repairing materials, which will remove any minor marks and scuffs all by itself. Being a film-based protector, it’s also very thin and transparent, so you’ll have a hard time remembering that you’ve applied a protector. It has been laser cut to offer very precise coverage for the S20 and should be compatible with pretty much every case out there.

Whitestone Dome Glass Screen Protector

Whitestone Dome Glass Screen Protector for Samsung Galaxy S20
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Whitestone manufactures some of the most rugged screen protectors, and its effort for the Galaxy S20 Plus is no exception. Made of high-quality tempered glass, it will save your phone’s display from the vast majority of damage likely to fall its way. It also harnesses what Whitestone describes as “liquid glass,” meaning that when it’s first applied to the S20 Plus’ screen, it will repair any pre-existing cracks and scuffs (so long as they aren’t too severe). This is impressive enough, but the protector also covers 100% of the phone’s screen, meaning that there’s very little chance of its outer edges picking up a knock or dent.

Olixar Glass Screen Protector

Olixar Glass Screen Protector for Samsung Galaxy S20
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If you want comprehensive protection without having to spend a minor fortune, then this protector from Olixar may be just what you’ve been waiting for. It’s built with tempered glass carrying a 9H hardness rating, the toughest available, so it will resist scratches from household metal objects such as keys and knives. It’s also only 0.3mm thick, so it retains pretty much all of the brightness, clarity, and sensitivity of the S20 Plus’ display. Full compatibility with the phone’s fingerprint sensor is preserved, and it’s curved around the side in order to ensure full coverage.

Spigen NeoFlex Screen Protector

Spigen NeoFlex Screen Protector
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This phone offers the best protection available for curved screens and edge-to-edge coverage with a clear view, without glare or rainbow effects.

The Spigen NeoFlex’s self-healing technology discourages scratches and fingerprints. The case-friendly Spigen is easy to install with a bubble-free application and one-stop wet installation.

Zagg InvisibleShield Ultra Clear Plus

Zagg Samsung Galaxy S20 screen protector
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This may be a bit more expensive than most screen protectors, but isn’t your new Samsung S20 Plus worth it? The Zagg provides a glass-like surface with a glossy finish that rivals your phone’s screen. Its military-grade components offer high-end protection from impact.

Even better, the Zagg InvisibleShield’sscreen features self-healing nano-memory technology complete with smart molecules to “heal” minor scratches and dings. It features advanced clarity in a glass-like surface for a clear view from any angle. The EZ Apply tabs let you easily and properly place the shield.

ESR Screen Protector

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It is designed to protect the entire screen of your Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus, featuring rounded edges for comfortable handling. The tempered glass shield can withstand up to 11 pounds of pressure, while the oil-repellent coating lets you easily wipe off fingerprints and grime.

The package includes a cleaning kit and installation frame. Note that the ESR Screen Protector not compatible with the S20 Plus ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor.

Caseology Film Screen Protector

Caseology screen protector for Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus
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Caseology’s screen film protector comes packaged with a spray bottle to help with installation, a cleaning cloth, several dust stickers, and two films. Designers created the screen’s self-healing technology to resist scratches and self-correct if scratches or fingerprints are left behind. 

Application is fairly straightforward; The screen is applied through a wet installation process. This specific form of application aims to ensure you won’t have trouble with any bubbles once the protector is on. If you prefer a bit of guidance, check out the Caseology video installation guide for a detailed tutorial.

amFilm Ultra Glass Screen Protector

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This screen protector is an ultra-durable option for customers. Its glass finish is entirely transparent, scratch-resistant, and features zero dot-matrix. 

The amFilm Ultra Glass Screen Protector has rounded edges, which helps it fit within most cases. It also supports an S20 fingerprint sensor, which helps it stand out from the competition. The protector arrives in a two-pack, along with all the tools you need for a smooth, dust-free installation—like cleansing wipes, microfiber cloth, lint-removal stickers, adhesive, and a UV light device to cure the adhesive. That may sound like a lot of items to juggle; Fortunately, the kit also comes with an installation manual so you can be sure everything will fit correctly and smoothly the first time.

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