Top 10: Best Cases for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7

The Galaxy Note 7 was just announced, and pre-orders are starting today with the device being released on August 19th. With the Galaxy Note 7 sporting a glass back, users are going to want to protect that brand new smartphone - especially given the fact that it cost them $849. Luckily, there are a ton of great cases available already for the Galaxy Note 7. Let's have a look at a few.

Spigen Rugged Armor

If you need something that's sleek, but still offers a decent amount of protection, then the Spigen Rugged Armor is definitely the case to pick up. Especially since it is fairly cheap as well. It's a TPU case which will protect the Galaxy Note 7, even the curved edges of the device. Which is definitely important, as you don't want to scratch or worse, shatter that display.

Caseology Envoy Series

Want to make your Galaxy Note 7 stand out? Well Caseology allows you to do just that with their Envoy Series of cases. These feature a plastic or TPU unibody design, with a leather back. Obviously this is faux leather, but it does give your Galaxy Note 7 a rather unique look, all while protecting it from life.

VRS Design Crystal Bumper

Let's face it, you love the design and the look of the Galaxy Note 7. But you know that you need a case to protect it from accidental damage. Well VRS Design has you covered with their Crystal Bumper. This is a clear case that allows you to show off the beauty of the Galaxy Note 7, while still protecting the device from drops and such.

Spigen Neo Hybrid

Spigen has another case here for the Galaxy Note 7, and it's their Neo Hybrid case. Which has been a pretty popular case with many other flagship smartphones in recent years. It's a great looking case that will protect your Galaxy Note 7, while still being slim and minimal. This is great because it won't make the Galaxy Note 7 bulky, or heavy.

SUPCASE Unicorn Beetle PRO

While this one is definitely not the prettiest case around, it does protect your Galaxy Note 7 a bit more than these other cases listed. This case is for those that are rough on their phones, especially construction workers. This protects the Galaxy Note 7 from all angles, although it is still not recommended that you drop this phone from any height with the SUPCASE Unicorn Beetle PRO case on it.

VRS Design High Pro Shield

This High Pro Shield is a bit different compared to their earlier models. But it still looks amazing. Something they've added here is a built-in kickstand on the case. And given how amazing the Galaxy Note 7's display is, you're definitely going to want to watch some video on that device. And having a built-in kickstand is definitely something that is going to be wanted by many users.

Ringke Fusion TPU Bumper

When it comes to bumpers, they don't always provide the most protection for smartphones. But one thing that they do, and do well, is keep the device looking nice. Instead of covering up the beauty that is the Galaxy Note 7, you'll still be able to show off how beautiful this brand new smartphone truly is.

VRS Design Duo Guard Case

Here's another one from VRS Design and this is their Duo Guard case. Just as the name states, this provides dual protection for your Galaxy Note 7. This is done by having a TPU layer against the Galaxy Note 7, and a hard case on the outside. Which protects the Galaxy Note 7 even more than most of these other cases here.

Spigen Air Cushion

The Spigen Air Cushion is another case that's a clear one and allows you to show off how beautiful the Galaxy Note 7 really is. It's a pretty thin case, so it's not going to offer you the most protection, but at least you'll be able to see how beautiful that Galaxy Note 7 looks, all day, every day.

Caseology Wavelength Series

This is another series of cases from Caseology, in case you didn't like the faux leather looking cases. These are their Wavelength series, and the only real difference here is the design. So the back features a wave pattern. Which may not mean much, but what it does mean is that the device will have some added grip. So you won't have to worry about the device falling out of your hand. Which is always important.

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