5 ways to protect your smartphone screen from damages

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5 ways to protect your smartphone screen from damages

Even though a phone is made up of innumerable individual components, it is the screen that we interact with the most. We all know someone whose screen is almost always cracked, and nobody wants to be in that position. It ruins the user experience. More than that, phones are really expensive and the screen is a rather delicate and expensive part to replace. So let’s learn a few tips on how you can protect your screen from any damage.

 

5 ways to protect your smartphone screen from damages

1) Use a protective layer: One of the first things people should do after buying a new phone is to put a tempered glass or screen guard on the screen. This will actively protect your screen from not just scratches, but also from breaking/shattering when your phone accidentally falls out of your hand.

2) Phone case: There are plenty of phone cases available today. These are not just for protecting the body, but if you buy the right kind, they will protect your screen as well. Find one whose border edges are a bit bigger and fold over from the sides so that when your phone falls down, it will protect the sides and not let the impact get to the screen directly.

3) Use pop-sockets: The point is to have a firm grip on your phone. If you are a clumsy person then, the biggest threat to your screen is you yourself. So you can use gadgets like pop-sockets to have a better grip on your phone. It will help you avoid any accidental falls and further damage from it.

4) Being aware of your surroundings: Most often than not, you damage your screen when you aren’t fully aware of your surroundings. For instance, you place your phone on the edge of a high table or you put your phone screen down on a table. A little bit of care and awareness can help you avoid small dents and scratches for sure.

5) Fix a pocket: Oftentimes, the small scratches that appear on your phone screen are because you have the habit of putting your phone in the pocket along with other metal objects like keys and coins. These metal objects gradually leave a mark on the screen. As a rule of thumb, decide on one pocket/place where you will put your phone after using it and not along with any metal objects.

Apart from this, there are two other crucial instances when your phone and not just the screen are vulnerable. One is when, where, and how you put your phone while charging. Always have a secure place to charge your phone and make sure the cables aren’t in the way to get tangled. The other situation is when you pull your phone in and out of your pocket. Many times, people don’t use a firm grip and as a result, their phone suffers a fatal fall and they crack their screen.

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