S4 Mini screen protector reviews

This is the fourth article in a series reviewing the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini.

This week I am going to do a comparison of two different screen protectors. I have tried each protector for around a month now, so have a fairly good knowledge of them.

I am going to try a new format in this post and compare the two in a table. The two screen protectors are Anker’s Ultra-Clear Screen Protector and Muvit’s Matte and Glossy Screen Protector.

So here goes…

Anker Muvit
Image Anker S4 Mini Screen Protector Muvit S4 Mini Screen Protector
Protection
3/5
(Stops superficial dirt and smears)
3/5
(Stops superficial dirt and smears)
Clarity
5/5
(Virtually invisible)
2/5
(Quite fuzzy to look through)
Clarity over time
4/5
(Gathers smears which wipe off)
2/5
(No real change)
Protectors
3 included 2 included
Ease of Application 4/5
(Easier than most)
3/5
(Standard application)
Fit 3/5
(Leaves a bit around the camera and the button uncovered)
4/5
(Leaves a bit around the camera uncovered)
Responsiveness 5/5
(What screen protector?!)
4/5
(Less responsive at the sides of the screen)
Longevity 3/5
(After time occasionally peals off at edges)
4/5
(Stays in place for a long time)
Price £3.99 (Free P&P) £9.99 (+£1.99 P&P)
Overall Four Star Two and a Half Star

So overall if you were only to buy one, buy the Anker protector, as it offers clarity, protection and responsiveness for a very good price. Had I not tried Anker’s protector, the Muvit one would probably have scored three star, however what really lets it down is the clarity. It is evident that you have a screen protector installed and the only reason to use it would be to stop your screen from getting damaged.

If you are curious about a rating – or disagree with it – let me know in the comments below.

Next Week

After my four week break I know it is dangerous to claim I know what is happening next week, but I think you can probably expect an article on a Tech21 case… but it might change!