I'm tempted to remove the screen protector from my Lumia 710. Is the screen scratch resistant?
Even if it has Gorilla Glass, the key word is resistant, so it's not 100% scratch proof. For me, I find that screen protectors usually aren't necessary for most phones. But if very tiny scratches that only appear when you hold it up to the light at a certain angle with the screen off bother you, then just leave the screen protector on.
I buy my screen protectors from eBay. They are sooo cheap and provide good protection from scratches. I never used the screens on my other phone, and after 5 or 6 months the screen was impossibly hard to read.
You should try using a wet application screen protector because it's easier to get the bubbles out. After 24 hours, the bubbles should be gone. The one I am currently using for my devices is ArmorSuit MilitaryShield. I like how it's really easy to install and they have videos too. Not to mention, if you ever need a new one, they have lifetime replacements.
Anyone here not using a screen protector and still have scratch free screen?
My original screen protector that came with the phone, somehow got a tiny tear in it so I need to remove it really. I have been trying to source another original Nokia one with no success.
Debating just going without one now. I did look at the armorshield one, but as you need to make sure you squeeze out excess fluid and the phone actually has a raised edge around the screen, I didn't think that was a good idea.
Since I'm not the careless type who are likely to drop their cellular devices in an instant, I don't use screen protectors or cases. I've never dropped my Lumia 710 and the overall frame looks as if I just got it this very day.
Either way, it never hurts to install one as a precautionary measure.