Smartphones are getting more powerful by the day, some of them are extremely expensive and many of you go to great lengths to avoid dropping your phones and protect them any way you can. There are all sorts of cases for your smartphones available out there nowadays, from regular plastic ones, to those which are built to withstand being dropped from a building. I've seen and used a ton of different cases, some of which I liked, some I did not, but I do prefer really thin simple cases with kind of a soft touch feel. Such cases, unfortunately, don't offer solid protection to my phone, but I'm one of those people which are extremely careful while using a smartphone and I baby it basically. That didn't stop me from dropping my phones throughout the years, many times actually.
There are some cases which are built for specific scenarios, like the one we're going to talk about today. HANSNAP is a rather interesting case for your smartphone which straps to your hand and is currently listed on Kickstarter. The listing says that it fits Samsung's Galaxy S4 and S5 devices, as well as iPhone 5 and 6 handsets, but I'm sure this thing will be available in many different sizes if the project reaches their goal. The logic is rather straightforward, this case is strapped to your hand, similar to a regular camera when you're filming stuff, though this case straps to your hand by putting your phone on top of your palm. You can insert your phone in the case yourself which is connected to your hand, so that you don't drop your phone while you're doing something crazy, like climbing somewhere, running, or something similar. You can also film stuff this way, the phone sticks out just enough to let its camera film whatever you want to film. You can also detach the case (partially) from your hand and film something the usual way, while still being sure the phone won't drop on the floor if you drop it.
If you're interested in this project, you can check out the images down below and ultimately follow the source link down below and pledge some cash in order to help this project come to life. The project needs to reach $90,000 and 83 people pledged their donations at the time of writing this article, they managed to collect almost $7,000 at the moment, 17 days to go. Let us know what you think of this case and if you decided to help out.