The best part about the Galaxy S10e — from a our screen-oriented standpoint — is that its screen is flat, so just about any quality screen protector should work like a dream. Unlike its counterparts, the S10e sticks with a traditional capacitive fingerprint sensor on the power button rather than an gimmicky new in-screen sensor, meaning that we don't have to worry as much about air gaps and incompatibilities. That gives the Galaxy S10e — and users like you — the advantage when shopping for screen protectors.

Tough as a lion

LK Double Defense Tempered Glass (3-Pack)

Best value

This 3-pack of tempered glass screen protectors is perfect for the klutz in your life, because tempered glass gives your phone a higher degree of protection than regular plastic films, remove easily thanks to the laminated construction, and unlike single-packs, you won't have to wait weeks on replacements to ship out to you if and when your screen protector give its life in service of your S10e.

$10 at Amazon

Upgrade pick

Whitestone Dome Glass (2-Pack)

Top protection

Whitestone's Dome Glass screen protectors are quite expensive, but they're a bit of a marvel. If there are minor cracks in your phone's screen, these protectors can fill them in, and they're guaranteed to work with Samsung phones, since Whitestone is a part of the Samsung Mobile Accessory Partnership Program.

$70 at Amazon

Essential protection

ESR Premium Tempered Glass (2-Pack)

This dual pack of glass protectors are crystal clear and fingerprint resistant, and since the S10e has a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, ESR doesn't have to say [Not Compatible with in-Display Fingerprint Sensor] the way it does with the S10 and S10+. ESR plays it straight with its cases and screen protectors, and I thank them for it.

$13 at Amazon

Fantastic film

amFilm Elastic Skin Screen (2-Pack)

amFilm has been one of our go-to film screen protectors for a while, and for good reason: it always deliver a high quality films at an affordable price. Its S10e films are no exception, and these dry-apply films have good margins for cases and neato self-healing skills to mend minor scuffs and scratches.

$8 at Amazon

Bargain pick

Qoosea PET Film (3-Pack)

Qoosea's 3-pack costs less than a large Starbucks Frappuccino, so there is absolutely, positively no reason not to get your screen protected and covered at this price. These PET films are so thin, you may forget they're even there, unless you happen to scratch them, in which case, you'll be happy for the self-healing properties of Qoosea's films.

$5 at Amazon

Gamer smooth

IQ Shield LiQuidSkin (2-Pack)

IQ Shield is another long-time name in protective films, and these smooth skins won't snag or smudge on you while swiping away at your favorite games, ensuring that your screen protector doesn't keep you from dominating the competition. Give these smart screen protectors a shot; you won't be disappointed.

$8 at Amazon

A screen protector is an excellent investment when it comes to protecting your new phone, since it covers the most important part. For reliable, inexpensive protection, I'd go with LK's tempered glass 3-pack, but it's hard to deny the appeal of Whitestone's Glass Dome and its unique UV-curing system.

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