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    got my phone. really cool. love it. probably going naked. thanks everyone for input.
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    Quote Originally Posted by guitarchris123 View Post
    The glass on the Thunderbolt is not Gorilla Glass, but HTC uses another similar proprietary "tough-glass" technology. Many people have chosen to go naked, while just as many or more opted to get a screen protector. It will be scratch-resistant, but not necessarily scratch proof. With it being a significant investment, its worth getting a good screen protector just in case. Steinheil Ultra Crystal is so clear it looks like it is naked and is very strong and pretty thin, and comes in a 2-pack in case you need another.
    It does have gorilla glass Products with Gorilla Glass.
    Thunderbolt tamed by root

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    so i had my phone for 2 weeks now. got a few small scratched and one kinda big scratch. dont really remember how i got the big scratch, but its only noticeable when the screen is off. i will definitely get a screen protector next time i get a new phone.
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    I have the Verizon screen protector on my tbolt and just noticed what seems to be a scratch. It's only visible with a white background. It makes the area with a scratch more translucent, almost rainbow colored.

    I'm just curious if the scratch actually extends down to the actual screen or if the protector absorbed all of it. Problem is I don't want to take it off to find out because it can't be re-applied then. Anyone have experience with the Verizon brand screen protectors that can comment?

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