Spigen’s NeoFlex is the Best Screen Protector for Galaxy S10e, S10 and S10+


After digging through a lot of screen protectors, we highly recommend the Spigen NeoFlex for the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+.

The Galaxy S10 lineup from Samsung is great for those who have been waiting to upgrade for a long time. But there are a few things that make this phone rather odd. For instance, that ultrasonic fingerprint sensor does not play nicely with a regular tempered glass screen protector. In fact, in certain cases you might actually end up seeing screen protectors that have a hole in the display to make room for the fingerprint sensor. This in turn means that you are leaving a small portion of the display prone to scratches or breakage.

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This is where the Spigen NeoFlex comes in. And no, this is not a sponsored post or anything. This is my honest opinion and a simple quest to make sure that buyers are not fooled by what they are getting while getting full functionality when a certain accessory is applied.

The Spigen NeoFlex is a TPU screen protector, not glass. This means that the ultrasonic fingerprint sensor will work just fine. Also, this protector has a unique 'wet' application method where you literally spray the adhesive on the protector and the screen ahead of application. What you're left with is a protector that is perfectly applied and melts on the edges for a seamless swiping experience.


But, the big reason we're recording the NeoFlex to users is that it plays nicely with the ultrasonic fingerprint sensor, which is going to be a rarity until Samsung drops the proper guidelines for accessory manufacturers. Also, the NeoFlex comes in a 2-pack therefore you get a second chance with the application process in case things go wrong the first time.

You can buy the NeoFlex for the S10e, S10 or S10+ for the links below. They're super cheap at $8.99 too.

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