When it comes to Samsung Galaxy S3 cases there seems to be a fine balance when trying to protect your shiny new gadget, and also not take away the slick lines of the Galaxy S3 smartphone. You could find a bulky cover that delivers extreme protection, but you might lose sight of the design at the same time, which could be the very reason you purchased this phone in the first place.
Samsung Galaxy S3 slender cases – there are a number of options for users wanting to protect with something that doesn’t consume the phone. If you are price conscious then the elago G5 Slim Fit Case for Samsung’s Galaxy S3 might be for your, which comes with a price tag of around $10 and also in a range of colors as seen in the photo on this page.
The elago G5 has been designed to fit the Galaxy S3 closely and the maker claims it will do so “perfectly“. The case is made in Korea and designed in California, which also promises to protect with a durable hardshell. This Galaxy S3 case shouldn’t be compared with top-of-the-range cases, especially considering the cheap price, although you can get more insight via this article that features an independent review.
Another Samsung Galaxy S3 case review can be seen in the video below this article, and this is the perfect example of an ultra thin case that’s only 1.4mm thick. You can expect this case to stop scratches and some knocks, but you shouldn’t expect good drop protection considering the thin design and low price.
It is not true that all thin cases can’t protect your smartphone capably, and one popular brand proves that with their new Galaxy S3 cases. The “Barely There Case” is made from a flexible PolyCore shell, and protects the corners and back with a snug fit that allows access to all ports. If you’re looking for a Galaxy S3 case that allows you to see more of your phone and at the same time delivering a good level of impact resistance, then you should see this $25 option from Case-Mate on the official page here, which can also be seen in Black via the image below. You will be given options of Glossy White, Lipstick Pink, Turquoise Blue, Violet Purple, and Metallic Silver.
Do you see any point in purchasing a Samsung Galaxy S3 case that doesn’t offer much drop protection? There will be a fine balance to find between showcasing what your smartphone looks like, and also gaining a certain amount of protection, but it might boil down to price at the end of the day.
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