like on the Galaxy S10 trio, however, Samsung was a good boy, and pre-installed a screen protector of its own over the Note 10 and 10+ displays, not leaving the Premium Hole filling to chance.Just
edge around the front camera lens, you'd miss that there is a screen protector at all. While it's certainly nice of Samsung to want to spare you a few bucks, and pre-install a factory protector, some might want a tougher approach to covering the display of their precious and expensive handsets.They are so thin and tightly-placed, though, that if you don't notice the slight
A new generation of screen protection for curved edge displays, the UltraTough clear series from BodyGuardz has already landed for the Galaxy Note 10, and provides the feel of glass, with the durability of acrylic and PET composites.
Made with self-healing urethane film, the UltraTough Clear ScreenGuardz is the best of both worlds, as glass protectors are tough to master for curved edges, while film ones are scratch- and bubble-prone.
Moreover, they don't provide that extreme level of protection as the glass ones and are somewhat icky to the touch compared to real cover glass. This BodyGuardz series aims to right all those wrongs in one fell swoop.
Enter InvisibleShield's Ultra Visionguard, a new solution for handsets with flexible OLED displays that are sloping to the sides, such as the Galaxy Note 10 or 10+. The brand's previous curved protector efforts were as good as anyone else's, barring those that have to be installed using ultraviolet baking.
Instead of removing blue light entirely which can cause a yellow tint, VisionGuard removes just the most harmful high-energy visible (HEV) blue light rays. The price? At $40 apiece, the Ultra Visionguard is twice the film prtoection of BodyGuardz, but has more value to add than a simple scratch and crack protection, too.
If you want something more affordable, and still glass-based, Olixar's Note 10/+ Tempered Glass Screen Protector will do the trick. It has been custom cut for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, and keeps it clear, scratch- and dirt-free.
It's fairly easy to apply, and offers the same protection and finger feel you've come to expect from more expensive tempered glass protectors, but at $16.99 would be a perfect budget addition to the thin factory one on the naked Note 10.
Besides the 7-layer protection, what's unique about GadgetGuard's Black Ice+ Cornice Flex Edition is that it walks the talk and will cover against accidental damage to your Note 10 or 10+ screen.
If your beloved Note's display breaks while being protected by the Black Ice+ Cornice Flex you will receive up to $150 to go towards the repair of your phone's screen. Don't forget to register the Black Ice+ Cornice Flex purchase within 30 days, though.
Its liquid adhesive spills underneath the glass all the way to the rimless, colorless edges, as you can see in the video below, thus avoiding both touch issues on the sides and the nasty reflections that most other tempered glass protectors for curved screen phones exhibit. Granted, the Whitestone Dome does have to be baked with a lamp afterward, but, hey, you will be doing something with your own hands in this day and age of digital complacency!