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Google Pixel - tempered glass

Google Pixel - tempered glass

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Google Pixel XL - tempered glass

Google Pixel XL - tempered glass

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Effective screen protection for your Google mobile phone

While Google might be one of the biggest brands on the planet, buying accessories for your Google mobile phone can be difficult. However, it’s not because there are too few products – it’s because there are too many! Knowing where to start can be a real challenge and many consumers opt for substandard ‘universal’ solutions. Buying a screen protector is essential to keeping your phone looking and performing its best. At etuo, we have an extensive collection of Google screen protectors, accompanied by all the information you’ll need to choose the right one for you. To make things even easier, we’ve put them all in one place, so you don’t have to wade through endless alternatives.

Advantages of a Google screen protector

We know that each model of mobile phone has its own characteristics, which is why we don’t deal with ‘one-size-fits-all’ solutions. Our Google screen protectors are designed specifically for Google mobile phones, ensuring a perfect fit and optimising the levels of protection they offer. Choose from protective film and foils and screen covers made from tempered glass. Films and foils from etuo are made from scratch-resistant polycarbonate and practically invisible once applied. However, if you want to boost your levels of defence against scratches, dirt and mishaps, check out our selection of tempered glass screen protectors. Tough, lightweight and easy to install, they’re the last word in phone-screen protection.

Google – brand information

Founded in America in 1996, Google Inc went one to become one of the world’s most recognisable brands. It began by focusing on search engines and went on to develop the Google search engine, which is the most widely-used on the planet. It wasn’t until 2006 that the company released its first smartphone, and these have gone on to occupy a significant portion of the marketplace. Today, Google employs around 54,000 people and boasts an estimated annual revenue of around $140billion.