Tempered glass, protective films for Microsoft

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Microsoft phones: effective LCD screen protectors

High quality polycarbonate protective films and glass are effective protection for your Microsoft smartphone against scratches. The films adhere perfectly to the displays of Microsoft phone models. Accessories do not stick out, don't wrap in corners and don't leave any marks after peeling off. The accessory is 100% transparent and doesn't affect the touch of the display. In combination with a flexible case, the foil will effectively protect your phone's screen from all kinds of damage. Think about protecting your display as early as possible!

Protect your Microsoft devices

Regardless of the Microsoft model, glass does not thicken the device unaesthetically, while maintaining adequate hardness and flexibility. Speaker, physical buttons or camera lenses cut-outs are perfectly carved, without interfering with your work on smartphone. We also don't have to worry about the touch screen operating under the protective glass or film layer: both visually and functionally, we won't notice any difference! Polycarbonate films are a great option for anyone who wants to protect the smartphone screen with minimal intervention in its surface thickness. The film protects the phone from dirt and scratches. The layer is extremely thin and does not interfere with the touch screen in any way, ensuring good fingertip slip.

Microsoft: Major competitor of Apple Inc.

Microsoft is one of the largest computer companies in the world. Its flagship products are software - the Windows operating system and the Microsoft Office pack. In 2001, Xbox, a video game console, was launched. In the same year, Windows XP was created, which was the first program with an additional mechanism to prevent the distribution of illegal software. In 2011, Microsoft bought Skype for $8.5 billion. In 2013, the company acquired Nokia to enter the mobile market and currently produces Microsoft Lumia smartphones. In 2015, Windows 10 was released and a year later, Microsoft purchased LinkedIn for $26.2 billion.