It can be a little trickier to adhere a screen protector to the curved display of the Galaxy S8 and phones like it, but if you’re worried about a cracked or scratched screen it’s well worth the hassle. We’ve rounded up some of the most highly-recommended screen protectors for the Galaxy S8!
The Whitestone Dome Glass screen protector is arguably the best screen protector you can buy for your Galaxy S8. The kit includes a UV light which is used in the curing process to ensure a perfect installation that covers the curved edges of the screen. It’s expensive for sure at $45, but you get what you pay for with quality protection.
The Whitestone Dome Glass has proven to be a very popular screen protector and is currently on sale for $45, down from $60.
Check out this review and installation guide to get an idea of how this tempered glass screen protector uniquely adheres like no other screen protector you’ve seen before. If the worst case scenario has already occurred and your screen is cracked, think of this as a second chance screen before dropping hundreds of dollars on a proper replacement screen. With a UV light packaged to complete the curing process, this is a pricier option than other screen protectors out there but also more reliable based on user reviews.
i-Blason makes a tempered glass screen protector that’s designed to conform to the Galaxy S8’s curve display. it’s also slightly shorter than the full height of the phone so that the edges won’t be lifted by a case. Get this case-friendly screen protector for just $10.
This recommendation came from an AC reader in our comment section and is a great option if you also want to use a case to keep your phone protected. It features everything you’d want from a tempered glass screen protector at a very reasonable price.
Spigen makes plenty of great cases for the Galaxy S8, so it only makes sense that they’d also offer a screen protector that’s case compatible. Because it’s a flexible film, the NeoFlex can offer full protection for your screen without affecting the touch responsiveness. Get this two-pack for just $9.
This recommendation also came from the AC community and is a good pick if for a film protector that requires a wet installation. If you’re comfortable with taking the time to properly for a film screen protector with a wet installation, you should be happy dropping $9 for a two-pack.
Spigen recommends installing the screen protector with a case already on, which might be a marketing ploy to get you to buy one of their cases, too, but they make some great cases and paired with a Spigen case, your Galaxy S8 will be protected from drops and also safe from scratches on the screen.
IQShield offers a two-pack of plastic film screen protectors that are compatible with even the most rugged cases. This is a paper-thin screen protector that you will hardly notice after a clean installation. Get your two-pack of case-friendly screen protectors from IQShield for just $8.
These screen protectors have an oleophobic coating to help prevent fingerprints and smudges and are easy to install. With over 100 5-star reviews on Amazon, you can buy with confidence.
Ringke makes some quality accessories and their screen protector for the Galaxy S8 stands out from the rest for the wings that wrap around the sides of your phone. Since the film wraps around the edges, you have the button cutouts to help you achieve the perfect fit, even with a case installed. Get a two-pack for just $10.
The kit includes everything you’ll need for a clean installation, along with an extra screen protector in case your first one takes a beating and needs to be replaced. You can also get a two-pack for the Galaxy S8+, too, if you’re rocking the larger device.
Made with a durable military-grade film, the Armorsuit MilitaryShield is a thin screen protector that offers edge-to-edge protection. It requires a wet installation, with all the required tools and wipes included in the box. It’s available for just $8.
Armorsuit claims that this protector is virtually scratch-proof, with self-healing technology that will help eliminate any minor scratches from keys or pocket sand. As with most wet install screen protectors, you need to let this thing sit and dry for a good long time (up to 12 hours) to ensure proper adhesion and get a nice clean fit. Attempt to put on a case too soon and you’ll have issues around the edges. If you ever have an issue with it, you’ll want to follow suit and contact Armorsuit’s customer service to take advantage of that lifetime replacement warranty.
Update August 2018: Removed options no longer available and updated formatting and pricing information. These are still your best options for the Galaxy S8!