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Spigen Samsung Galaxy S4 cases in visual review

With the Galaxy S4 now in the hands of some of you who had pre-ordered one, you may or may not have already got yourself an accessory to go with your newest purchase. The most popular Galaxy S4 accessory is the case, and there is already a huge selection on the market.

We thought we would look at two Spigen Samsung Galaxy S4 cases, where we will talk about them a little, along with a visual review of both. The Samsung Galaxy S4 Case Slim Walle S is made from fine genuine leather and has been produced to the highest standard.

Spigen Samsung Galaxy S4 cases in visual review

The inside does have a luxurious finish, while the inside is made from a soft microfiber to help keep the screen clean and safe. There’s also a polycarbonate frame to keep the S4 in place as well as add protection. That’s not all, because there is storage for your cards or notes. The price of this case is $39.99 or another $6.99 for a screen protector. Watch the Spigen Galaxy S4 Leather Case Slim Wallet S visual review above.

Next we have the Galaxy S4 Spigen Leather Pouch Case Crumena, which comes in a choice of black or white, and is also made from genuine leather. The difference with this one is that it is just a soft pouch, perfect for keeping your S4 clean and will reduce scratches, but offers no other form or protection.

Spigen Samsung Galaxy S4 leather pouch

The inside has a soft material; again this will stop your S4 from scratching and does not add as much bulk as other cases. Your handset will be easy to pull out thanks to a handy tab, which will lift your S4 up, allowing you to grab it.

Don’t not worry about your Galaxy S4 falling out of the case, as there is a magnet designed to help keep it in place. The Spigen Galaxy S4 Leather Pouch Case Crumena price is $29.99. You can see a full review of this pouch in the video below. If these are not for you, then check out other Galaxy S4 cases here.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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