Basic screen protectors for the Galaxy S10 and S10+ will have unsightly holes in them to allow the ultrasonic fingerprint reader to do its job. Not the Whitestone Dome glass, however, the company claims that its protector is the only solution that doesn't require a hole.
The key is that the protector must not leave an air gap between itself and the glass – this gap will cause issues with an ultrasonic reader (but not with an optical one).
Whitestone’s Liquid Optically Clear Adhesive tech promises to fill any gaps and avoid this issue. Still, all this suggests that you’ll need to do a good job of applying any hole-less screen protector on the S10 and S10+.
To help with that this glass protector comes with an install frame and a UV curing light to help you achieve a bubble-free installation. A 2-pack of Dome glass for the Galaxy S10 costs $60 and can be pre-ordered already.
I payed 99 dollars to fit a whitestone to my s10 plus. Looks and feels amazing but my fingerprint would only register 1 in 4 attempts. I even reregistered both my thumbs twice so there was 2 scans of each thumb and still the dome glass kills the ...
i have the dome on my note 8 best screen protector you can buy for curved screen. will def be usin on my s10+