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Brosse V Obliq Galaxy S4 case in visual review

Today, we want to feature a new Samsung Galaxy S4 case and a video hands-on as seen above this article. This might not be one of the most well known brands and certainly not an expensive option, but the Brosse V Obliq Galaxy S4 case looks pretty impressive from the photos although this quick hands-on review aims to find out if the case lives up to expectations.

The Obliq’s Brosse V series case comes in a number of colors for Samsung’s Galaxy S4 and you can see these in the video. We have featured an official shot of the darker version as this looks really nice, but you will find some brighter colors as well.

If you like a slim fit then you will be pleased with this flip cover that’s extremely minimalistic. While some Galaxy S4 owners need an extra bulky case thanks to the harsh environment they might work in, the majority of us would prefer a case that protects but also doesn’t add too much bulk. This is where the Brosse V Obliq case delivers, but that is only true if you like flip cases.


The metallic pattern gives a look of a much more solid material than you would find on the case. We like the interactive viewing window as an extra touch, which also gives users the ability to reject and accept calls without the need to open up the flip cover. Take a look at the video review above and let us know what you think of this Samsung Galaxy S4 case. Personally, we love it but you shouldn’t expect anything at the highest quality considering the under $20 price tag.

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Written by Daniel Chubb

Daniel is the CEO of Dansway Communications LTD and founder of; a top blog dedicated to breaking tech news, hands-on reviews and delivers real solutions to everyday consumer electronics hang-ups.

Daniel now spends his time keeping an eye on the latest technology and business trends. Also developing other blogs/news sites in the entertainment and business industries.

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