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Does this have a snap on frame & cover the entire face of the kindle?

asked on November 16, 2012

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No. It is just a thick piece of film which is perfectly sized to only cover the screen. The black frame pictured in the description is just part of the film that has been tinted in order to match the design of the Kindle screen. The Kindle screen has the camera built into it, so it is 'framed' to hide the camera lens… see more No. It is just a thick piece of film which is perfectly sized to only cover the screen. The black frame pictured in the description is just part of the film that has been tinted in order to match the design of the Kindle screen. The Kindle screen has the camera built into it, so it is 'framed' to hide the camera lens. You may be able to see in the photo on the website that the Moshi protector has two circular cutouts to accommodate the camera. The black frame on the protector doesn't block any part of the viewing screen. see less No. It is just a thick piece of film which is perfectly sized to only cover the screen. The black frame pictured in the description is just part of the film that has been tinted in order to match the design of the Kindle screen. The Kindle screen has the camera built into it, so it is 'framed' to hide the camera lens. You may be able to see in the photo on the website that the Moshi protector has two circular cutouts to accommodate the camera. The black frame on the protector doesn't block any part of the viewing screen.
EireAmericanLass answered on December 9, 2012
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