Does the Samsung S10/ S10 Plus/ S10E have a curved screen

By March 1, 2019

Samsung kicks off the year with its Galaxy S10 lineup. To provide more choice for customers, they bring out four models this year, Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10E and S10 5G. If you like or dislike a curved screen, you should read this article before you pay for one of S10 series.

A dual-curve phone screen appears on Samsung’s flagship phone every year starting from the announcement of Galaxy S6 edge. It brings us a seemingly boundless viewing experience and a little improvement on function, for instance, viewing incoming notifications and alerts without drawing the focus away from what’s on screen or when the device is asleep. However, it sometimes costs twice its flat counterpart to get it replaced. And by extending that far to the edge, they are more prone to breaking as smartphones tend to land on their edges.

Speaking of S10 series, Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10 5G have a dual curved-screen, while S10E has a flat screen. So glad to know we have choices.

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Can I apply a screen protector on Samsung Galaxy S10/ S10 Plus?

As we know, it’s so hard to pick up a suitable tempered glass protector for a curved screen. If the curvature of the tempered glass protector isn’t compatible with the phone screen, it will lose the touch sensitivity. And for a phone with an in-display fingerprint scanner, the screen protector might affect the reading speed and efficiency. Some accessory manufacturers would cut a hole on the fingerprint touch area of the screen protector, which allows the reading of the in-display fingerprint scanner. It’s really awkward of using swipe navigation gestures with the cutout which surrounds the in-display fingerprint sensor, not to mention the dust and dirt accumulation in the ridges of the protector around that hole. So if you don’t mind tiny scratches or daily wear on screen, it’s better to use your S10 without a screen protector. But you should choose a protective case to protect it to the maximum extent you can apply.

Protective Case Recommended for Samsung Galaxy S10/ S10 Plus/ S10E

1.EasyAcc Black TPU Case with Matte Finish for Samsung Galaxy S10E, S10&S10+  

If you are looking something affordable with decent protection, EasyAcc TPU Case would fit the bill. It’s slim but effectively saving your phone from accidentally dropping cracking with the raised edge design. And it’s made of durable material with stain-proof and non-slip coating, it’s wireless charging friendly and the classical black look just matches everything.

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2.EasyAcc TPU Case with 4 Corners Air Cushion for Samsung Galaxy S10E, S10&S10+

It provides protection and style, the 4 corner air cushions create a shock-absorbing buffer zone to avoid phone cracking. The neat clear soft skin shows off natural beauty of your phone’s design, the inner dotted marks prevent air bubbles and watermarks on the clear back of the phone. Better still, these cases are thin enough to be fully compatible with wireless charging.

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3.EasyAcc PU Leather Wallet Case for Samsung Galaxy S10E, S10&S10+

This PU leather wallet case might just be the perfect case for your Galaxy S10E, S10& S10+. It’s a folio wallet with three card slots and a cash pocket, with a magnetic closure and a cover that folds into a kickstand. But the inner bumper case detaches from its magnetic hold, so it ends up being just a great leather and TPU rubber case for when you don’t need your wallet.

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Read More:

Does Samsung Galaxy S10/ S10 Plus/S10E support dual SIM? Or MicroSD?

Is the Samsung Galaxy S10/ S10 Plus battery a fire hazard?

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  1. Finally a practical screen on a phone with hardware intended to be used.

    The stupid moron-tax and penis enlarger for poor people that can’t afford sports cars is hopefully soon over

    Now people only need to learn that having hardware you don’t use is pointless and it wont make your phone feel faster. For 99% of people a phone costing 200 usd won’t feel any different from the most expensive top model, the technology have simply caught up, and this is why they focus on gimmicks, they need something to put in the adds to trick the ignorant majority

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