Solved Is there any issue if sensor is covered by screenguard

Asus / Fonepad 7 dual sim
June 16, 2014 at 08:16:51
Specs: android 4.3, 1.2ghz/1 gb
I want to know that If sensors is covered by screenguard. Will that create any problem or will that have any wrong impact on sensors performance.

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June 16, 2014 at 17:04:48
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Please provide more information about exactly what device you're using, as well as what screen protector you are talking about.

But generally speaking, yes, screen protectors will decrease the sensitivity of the screen. It all comes down to exactly what phone (or tablet) you are using, and the thickness of the screen protector itself.

I suppose that what material the screen protector is made of could affect that too, though I'm not really sure.

You might be able to find something about the sensitivity of the screen on the manufacturers website, or maybe look on their forums.

In the end, I think it comes down to whether you think the benefits of a screen protector are worth it, and whether you notice the difference with the protector on.

I don't think most screen protectors are that expensive, so if you decide you don't like it it isn't that big of a deal.

Check out these articles about whether screen protectors actually work or not:

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