These are the best Galaxy S10 screen protectors worth buying that will help you keep your phone safe and the screen scratch-free. And yes, you can still use most screen protectors with the Galaxy S10, even with the curved edges and the camera and fingerprint scanner in the display.
Galaxy S10 screen protectors come in a few different styles and durability levels. Some are cheap films, but most are strong and durable tempered glass, similar to the glass already on the phone. We’ve found good options for you starting at just $8, which is cheaper than the $200 you’ll spend fixing a shattered screen. Then, more reputable options from popular brands cost upwards of $30 or even $50. Either way, don’t risk it and just get protection.
Samsung’s Galaxy S10 has some fancy new features like an in-display ultrasonic fingerprint scanner, and the front camera is inside the screen too. Those changes, however, make buying a Galaxy S10 screen protector more difficult, and more important.
You can’t have any bubbles or gaps in the screen guard, which is often a problem on curved devices because the fingerprint scanner can’t read through the gaps. Plus, low-quality glass will peel up on the curved sides.
For now, your best bet is a film or plastic screen protector until we can test more tempered glass options. That said, the popular Whitestone Dome Glass guarantees its protector works perfectly with the Galaxy S10 series. The options with a UV cure to seal the protector to the actual phone are about the only glass protectors we recommend. Don’t worry though, we have a few options for you in the slideshow below.
Even if you plan on using a Galaxy S10 case we still recommend screen protection. So, here are the best ones available for 2020. We’ll update this list as we learn more, test more, and verify which ones work and fit the best.
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