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
(Stops superficial dirt and smears)
(Stops superficial dirt and smears)
(Virtually invisible)
(Quite fuzzy to look through)
Clarity over time
(Gathers smears which wipe off)
(No real change)
3 included 2 included
Ease of Application 4/5
(Easier than most)
(Standard application)
Fit 3/5
(Leaves a bit around the camera and the button uncovered)
(Leaves a bit around the camera uncovered)
Responsiveness 5/5
(What screen protector?!)
(Less responsive at the sides of the screen)
Longevity 3/5
(After time occasionally peals off at edges)
(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!