Colorant USG ITG Plus Tempered Glass Screen Protector for Galaxy S4 Review

The Galaxy S4's 5-inch display is brilliant but frighteningly so, and protecting such a large pane of glass is a tall order. Tempered glass screen protectors have been our most favorite means of screen protection since the day the first concept came to market. There are plenty of options out there to pick from if you want to protect your Galaxy S4, and one of those is Colorant's USG ITG+ Impossible Tempered Glass. And if it's anything like Colorant's USG ITG Plus for the iPhone 5, then we've got a pretty good feeling about this bigger piece of tempered glass goodness. Should you be spending more on these high-end screen protectors, and if so, will the USG ITG+ be the tempered glass guardian to get? Find out in the full review down below!

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Colorant USG Impossible Tempered Glass Plus for iPhone 5 Review

Do you want to protect your iPhone 5's screen? We think there's only one viable means of doing that. And that is with a proper glass screen protector. These tempered glass screen protectors offer unprecedented protection while retaining the same natural smooth feeling of the iPhone's glass surface and pixel-sharp Retina display qualities. We took a look at two different types of brands made by two different companies - Spigen's GLAS and Colorant's USG ITG - and since our reviews, many new glass screen protector offerings were quickly tossed into the accessory market to answer the growing demand for glass-made protection.

Glass screen protectors are improving quickly and there's already a new type of protector that'll transform the sharp, abrupt edges of your iPhone 5 into that of a tapered one found on HTC, Samsung smartphones, and the like. Colorant's new USG Impossible Tempered Glass Plus (or ITG+ for short), is a new glass screen protector for the iPhone 5 that'll blow your socks off. We've got the full details after the jump!

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Colorant USG ITG Tempered Glass iPhone 5 Screen Protector Review

Screen protectors were and will always continue to be the number one concern for protecting those amazing touchscreen displays of today's advanced smartphones. While many are already secretly fitted with tough scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass 2 displays, people aren't prepared to take any risks whatsoever. Glass screen protectors were considered to be a breakthrough in screen protection when they were first commercially introduced to the consumer market a little over a year ago.

Spigen was the first to out a proper mainstream glass iPhone screen protector with the Glas.t. And now consumers have more selection, starting with Colorant's new USG Impossible Tempered Glass screen protector (or ITG for short) for the iPhone 5. Plastic screen protectors are trembling with fear right now. If the USG ITG is as good as the Glas.t we've reviewed, it'll be a great day for iPhone 5 users.

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