It’s come to our attention that it’s kinda hard to do reviews for cases as there’s usually not a whole lot to say about most cases. So for many cases, our reviews are going to be more of a hands on post. So that you can see how the case looks on the particular device it’s designed for, as well as give you some thoughts about the case.
Today, we’re looking at the Incipio Highland Ultra Thin Premium Folio Case for the Galaxy Note 4. This is a case that Incipio makes for most of the devices that they support (Including the Galaxy Alpha, LG G3, and many others). For the most part, it’s what you expect from a folio case. It has a front cover that wraps around, and it can also stand in landscape mode, very easily. Incipio has a few slots inside the front cover for you to place some cards like your ID or a credit card or two. There are also cut outs on the back which are there for the camera, flash/heart rate monitor, speaker, and S Pen. There’s also some on the sides for the volume rocker, power button, headphone jack and micro USB port. This is a gray case, which looks like brushed metal on the back (think of how the LG G3 is, it’s basically the same material, so not actual metal). While the rest of the case is made of soft sueded microfiber, which is a bit of a darker gray.
Using the case, it looks amazing, and feels great in the hand as well. Obviously it is a bit thicker then the Galaxy Note 4 is without it. But you can get used to it very easily. Which is a good thing. Having a Folio case is great for a phone like this that has an amazing Quad HD display, as it makes it easier to watch movies and such.
The Highland Premium Folio is available on Amazon and Incipio’s website for $33, and $40 respectively. Enjoy the pictures below of the Highland Premium Folio case, and let us know in the comments below what you think of it.