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Best Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus and S10E cases

por Janna Llanos (2019-12-05)

id="article-body" class="row" section="article-body"> Enlarge ImageThere are plenty of Galaxy S10 cases available. Sarah Tew/CNET The Samsung Galaxy is up to number 10 and instead of two sizes, this go-round it actually comes in three. Whether you bought the small (S10E), medium (S10) or large (S10 Plus), there are plenty of cases out there for it. If you have any concerns concerning where and ways to use Agen Slot, you can contact us at our own internet site. Here are some of our current favorites picks for best galaxy s10 cases in every style, from rugged cases and covers to slim cases and even clear cases.

Some of the recommendations are based on our experience with the preceding S9 versions. I'll be adding more as new candidates appear. Note that CNET may get a share of revenue from the sale of products featured on this page. Now playing: Watch this: Which Galaxy S10 phone should you buy? 6:35 Tough but relatively slim Speck Presidio Pro Sarah Tew/CNET Available in multiple color options, the Presidio Pro has a soft-to-the-touch finish that's nice and grippy.

Speck calls it a "no-slip grip." The slim case has two layers to protect your android while allowing for wireless charging. Like Speck's bulkier Presidio Sport line, it also has Microban antimicrobial technology, which is supposed to "inhibit the growth bacteria that causes stains and odors." It's a little expensive at $40 but it is one of the best Galaxy S10 case options. See at Amazon OtterBox Symmetry Series Sarah Tew/CNET The OtterBox Symmetry Series is the company's most stylish case and is fairly slim, durable and will protect your device (it's similar to Speck's cases, which certainly influenced OtterBox's design).

It comes in a variety of color options, including a translucent clear case version, and starts at $40. See at Amazon Gear4 Piccadilly Sarah Tew/CNET I like several of Gear4's cases, including the translucent Piccadilly, which comes in a few different scratch resistant design options, as well as the Gear4 Battersea. All of Gear4's cases feature a lining of the company's special D3O shock-absorbing material. The Piccadilly starts at $30. See at Amazon Catalyst Case Sarah Tew/CNET Catalyst was once known for its waterproof cases, and it still sells them.

But it's shifted to making slim "shockproof cases" with a clear back and a removable lanyard. I just wish the lanyard could be tightened on your wrist. This shock absorption featuring case is available in clear (pictured) or trimmed in black for $40. See at Amazon Speck Presidio Grip Sarah Tew/CNET Speck's popular Presidio Grip cases are available for the various versions of the S10 in a variety of colors, including the flashier Glitter model. With raised rubber ridges, this slim case is also durable.

These ultra slim cases start at $35. See at Amazon Tech 21 Evo Check Sarah Tew/CNET We've been longtime fans of cases from Tech21. The company has the usual assortment of cases for your Galaxy S10 device, including old stalwart -- and my personal favorite -- the Evo Check (pictured here). It's rated as having 12-foot drop protection as well as antimicrobial technology and is available in the "Smokey" color you see here as well as the more purplish Ultra Violet.  See at Amazon Scooch Wingman Sarah Tew/CNET Scooch bills its Wingman as a five-in-one case.

That's because the slap-bracelet style bendable kickstand not only props your phone up horizontally and vertically but is supposed to allow you to grip your phone more easily, "eliminating pinky fatigue" and serves as an air vent mount in your car.

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