The Galaxy S10 + is a fantastic device, but the biggest problem I have is the curved display. Yes, it adds to the aesthetics of the phone, but makes the phone vulnerable to accidental contact. However, thanks to a recent update, this is a problem of the past.
Edge Touch is an app developed by Samsung that stops these accidental touches. This feature allows you to create "zones" in which touches are not registered.
Previously, this app was limited to Samsung Experience devices running Android Oreo or earlier. As a result, the brand new Galaxy S10 could not be exploited because One UI ran out of the box on Android Pie. The latest update, Edge Touch, now supports One UI, meaning it works on the S10 and other Galaxy phones that have received the latest version of Android OS.
Edge Touch can only be used on Samsung Galaxy devices. With the app that you can find in the Galaxy Store, you can set two zones: Blocked Zone and Grip Zones. You use the "Blocked Zone" to avoid accidental touch by setting up an area where touches can not be registered. The "grip zone" improves the refusal of the palm by preventing touch only when grasping the phone.
If you want to know how to install Edge Touch and use this feature, read our guide, which is linked below. There you'll find a tutorial on setting up the Blocked Zone and Grip Zone, as well as GIFs to help you through the process.