Whitestone Dome Glass Protection for the Samsung Galaxy S10 with Ultrasonic Recognition

Whitestone Dome Glass Protection for the Samsung Galaxy S10 with Ultrasonic Recognition

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If you’re looking for a protective solution for the display on the Galaxy S10 or S10+. you’re going to want to make sure you get a screen protector that works with the ultrasonic fingerprint recognition. The Samsung Galaxy S10 comes with an in-display fingerprint reader that uses ultrasonic technology to read a fingerprint. Whitestone Dome offers a unique solution with their tempered glass screen protector, which will offer amazing protection, while preserving the fingerprint feature on your Samsung Galaxy S10.

Whitestone Dome Tempered Glass Screen Protector for the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+

The ultrasonic fingerprint reader works by bouncing sound waves off the finger to read your fingerprint. To get this feature to work with your tempered glass protector, you’ll install the protector before you register your fingerprint. This way, the ultrasonic profile will compensate for the extra layer of glass, and the feature will work just fine.

Since other brands of tempered glass protectors have gaps between glass and screen, it will block and distort the sound wave and the sensor will not work. To compensate for this problem, manufacturers will put holes in the glass protector to make it compatible with the fingerprint feature. Whitestone is the first full-screen adhesive tempered glass protector that works with curved bezel-less phones.

The Whitestone Dome glass uses their own patented LOCA technology (‘Liquid Optical Clear Adhesive’)

Even after you apply the tempered glass protector, you’ll have high touch sensitivity throughout the entire display- even on the curved edges.

Get the Whitestone Dome Tempered Glass Screen Protector for the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+.

Whitestone S10 Dome Glass
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