These are the Best Screen Protectors for the Galaxy S21 Plus in 2021

These are the Best Screen Protectors for the Galaxy S21 Plus in 2021

Congratulations on your new Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus! A hefty $1,000 purchase definitely deserves some accessories that offer some protection for your delicate yet very expensive new smartphone. The last thing you’d want is your keyring accidentally scraping the screen of your Galaxy S21 Plus and marring the screen, or even worse, a drop on concrete shattering the beautiful display into a spiderweb. So we’ve rounded up some of the best Galaxy S21 Plus screen protectors you can get right now, so you don’t need to risk another second without protection. From tempered glass to privacy protectors to blue light blocking accessories, we have something for nearly everybody on this list!

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Make sure you get the right screen protector for your phone! The Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 Plus, and Galaxy S21 Ultra are all slightly different sizes, so each set of screen protectors will only work with that one particular model of the Galaxy S21. The recommendations below are for the Galaxy S21 Plus screen protectors – we have other guides for the standard Galaxy S21 screen protectors and Galaxy S21 Ultra screen protectors if you’re buying those phones.

    Protect with UV light

    QITYAO's screen protector is a little bit unique! You have the protector harden with a UV light that's included in the box, so you'll get tough, superior protection without the hassle of a tempered glass application.

    Screen and Camera protection

    Sometimes, you want to protect the camera of your phone as well. This tempered glass screen protector includes protection for both the screen and the camera module, while still being compatible with phone cases.

    Protect your screen and data

    Worried about your data when you access your smartphone in public places? Grab a screen protector that protects your privacy too! You'll be able to keep your personal information safe with this privacy screen.

    Ultra-Thin Protection

    Not a fan of tempered glass protectors? Then ESR's Liquid Skin S21 Plus screen protector is the one you'll want to go for. It's easy to apply and provides near-invisible protection against scratches and dings. It feels great, too!

    Easy To Apply & Invisible

    An alternative to the ESR screen protector, you can grab Spigen's NeoFlex screen protector! This soft screen protector goes on easy and will give you protection that doesn't interfere with your touch screen.

    Block Blue Light

    If you're looking for premium protection, you can't go wrong with ZAGG's GlassFusion VisionGuard+. This screen protector blocks blue light without discoloration and is advertised to be unbreakable. It's a bit more expensive, but isn't your phone worth it?

You may be looking at the list and wondering, well, what’s the absolute best Galaxy S21 screen protector to get? Well, in short, it really depends on your lifestyle! Personally, I’m not too fond of the feel of tempered glass, so I like the ESR Liquid Skin screen protector. I have the brand on my phone, and it works wonderfully without catching too many fingerprints! However, the LELANG Privacy Screen Protector is also a great idea, as you never know who might be looking over your shoulder. If you’re commuting via public transportation a lot, there’s a lot of merit in grabbing this protector! Finally, while you may be able to adjust blue light with application and software settings, having an anti-blue light screen protector stops you from having to fiddle with those settings constantly.

Which screen protector are you eyeing for your Galaxy S21 Plus? Let us know in the comments!

    The Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus is the mid-range of the new S21 series -- more powerful than the standard S21, but not overkill like the Ultra. Grab yours today!

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Sumukh Rao
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