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[* black] In most aspects the S10e is a slight downgrade from the S10, except for the power button. This one houses a sneaky fingerprint sensor.
[* icon_note] We hope that these relocated fingerprint sensors will make our opening procedure [guide|87086|a little safer|stepid=164353|new_window=true].
[* black] Despite their differences, the S10 and S10e both agree that headphone jacks are still pretty cool.
- [* black] And sitting alongside the headphone jack on the bottom edge of the phone we spot a USB-C port, a speaker, and a microphone.
-[* black] Moving from the bottom to the top, we take a look at the sleek selfie camera cutouts, surrounded by not-quite-as-sleek screen protectors.
+[* black] And sitting alongside the headphone jack on the bottom edge of the phone we spot a USB-C port, a speaker, and a microphone.
+[* black] Moving from the bottom of the phones to the top, we examine Samsung's more circular take on the notch.
+ [* icon_note] While this is the first hole-punch display to see our teardown table, it's not the first one [https://www.theverge.com/2019/1/10/18176129/honor-view-20-huawei-hole-punch-display-ces-2019|we've seen|new_window=true].
+[* black] And if we look really close we can see preinstalled screen protectors!
+ [* icon_note] Apparently standard screen protectors can interfere with the functionality of the ultrasonic fingerprint sensor. Good on Samsung for recognizing this problem and addressing it straight out of the box.