This must-have accessory can shield your display from scratches and scuffs, and even protect it when dropped.
Smartphones are expensive. Even a mid-range device can run you several hundred dollars, to say nothing of all the costs associated with ownership. It should go without saying that you want to protect your investment however you can.
That includes purchasing a screen protector. It is, at its core, a means of protecting your investment. Because whether you own your phone or are simply renting it from a carrier, a broken screen leaves you on the hook for the repair cost.
Best answer: Yes, the Galaxy S20’s fingerprint sensor will work with most plastic (or film) screen protectors. However, if the issues with last year’s models are anything to go by, you might run into some issues with tempered glass options.
The new hotness: Samsung Galaxy S20 ($1,000 at Samsung)