It’s been around a week since the Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro was released and the biggest drama is the issue with the fingerprint sensor with some screen protectors. This has lead Google to release a certified list of screen protectors that will work with the fingerprint sensor.
First certified Google Pixel 6 and Google 6 Pro screen protector is by Otterbox. Otterbox has always been known for creating some great, reliable products and this is no different.
This film screen protector for Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro will offer protection from life’s little accidents, and unlike other screen protectors will not attract dust or gather dust underneath the case due to its slim, direct fit.
Next we have PazerGlass screen protector for Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro. This screen protector is made from chemically enhanced plastic whose properties include scratch resistance, elasticity, oil and grease resistance, and also increased toughness. This means that its slight softness gives it the power to absorb non-extreme impact, such as most drops and lighter scratches while retaining all or most of its original composition
Now although these screen protectors are certified by Google, you may want to follow the below tips for better result with the fingerprint sensor.
- On your Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro, go to ‘settings’
- Go to ‘display’
- Now go to ‘other display settings’
- You need to turn on ‘increase touch sensitivity’
Also if you are installing a screen protector, make sure you add your fingerprint again after the installation as this should reduce any miss reads.
To see all of Mobile Fun’s Google Pixel 6 screen protectors head over to our website.
Mark is our Product Marketing Specialist with a background of 7 years in marketing. When not researching about the latest tech gadgets to make his life easier he is most likely watching Formula 1.