Featured Review: Case-Mate Carbon Fiber Case for the Galaxy S4

It's time to take a look at another case for the Samsung Galaxy S4. So far we've taken a look at a couple of Cygnett's Galaxy S4 cases and I've been rather impressed by them. Today, we are looking at the Carbon Fiber case from Case-Mate. That company may sound pretty familiar because they've made some great cases for other flagship devices in the past, and they have not disappointed us this time around. The Carbon Fiber case is made of lightweight plastic which protects your brand new Galaxy S4 from scratches and dents, etc., There's also a soft interior which rubs against the back of your Galaxy S4. That soft interior is to absorb shock when you do drop your device. We all know it's going to happen eventually right?

I've been using the Carbon Fiber case on the Galaxy S4 for a few days now and I'm quite pleased with it. It's really sharp looking too. The back of it looks textured, but it actually isn't. That was the only real thing I could find about the Carbon Fiber case that I didn't like it. The front and back snap into place very easily making it easy to put on, but pretty difficult to take it off. Which is probably a good thing, so when you drop it the case may not pop off leaving your Galaxy S4 exposed.

The Carbon Fiber case from Case-Mate comes in both black and silver. Obviously I have the silver one here, which looks great on the white Galaxy S4. They are both available from Mobile Fun with a ton of other Galaxy S4 accessories and cases for your liking. The Case-Mate Carbon Fiber case is available for $50.99, at the time of writing this review. It's a great case, and it should sell fairly well as it's one of the better cases out there. If you're looking for a case for your Galaxy S4, you'll definitely want to check out this one.

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