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Cases for Galaxy S7 that you may want to buy

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Last updated: April 27th, 2018 at 08:22 UTC+02:00

You have picked up the Galaxy S7 and now want to make sure that it doesn't get damaged by the rigors of daily use. You may be looking at many cases for Galaxy S7 and as you can probably imagine, there are tons of options available, so much so that the process of picking one to purchase can often lead to analysis paralysis. We have created this list of best cases for Galaxy S7 so that you can easily decide which case offers the best protection for your device at a reasonable cost.

Advantages of using a case

There are many advantages of using a case with your handset. The biggest advantage is that the case protects your device from bumps and drops. Some are rugged as well so they offer additional protection. They're also great at preventing the change or keys in your pockets or bags from scratching up the beautiful metal and glass sandwich that is the Galaxy S7.

Cases for Galaxy S7

Spigen Rugged Armor

Spigen Rugged Armor

The Spigen Rugged Armor is one of the best cases for Galaxy S7 available on Amazon, it's a best-seller. The case is made from a single layer of flexible TPU material that has a shock absorbing pattern. Spigen's Air Cushion technology protects your device from drops and bumps. The case is also Military Drop Test MIL-STD 810G 516.6 certified. You can buy it for $10.99 on Amazon.

Speck CandyShell

Speck CandyShell

The Speck CandyShell clear case for Galaxy S7 has a dual-layer design. The exterior hard shell disperses impact while it has a shock-absorbing interior layer. It also meets MIL-STD-810G drop test standards. The design is completely clear so it lets you show off the color of your handset. Buy it on Amazon for $11.

Trianium Protak

Trianium Protak

Another best-selling case on Amazon for this device, the Trianium Protak offers 4-side protection with covered corners and a raised edge to protect the screen. There's an inner layer of soft rubber for shock absorbance and a durable polycarbonate exterior backplate. Despite its look and feel, it's actually not any thicker than most one-piece cases. You can buy it from Amazon for $10.99.

OtterBox Symmetry

OtterBox Symmetry

With its shock-absorbing interior, the Otterbox Symmetry offers good protection while maintaining a slim profile so it's easy to carry the device in the pocket even with the case on. It also has a raised screen bumper on the front to limit the chances of the screen breaking when the device hits the floor. The case costs $13.99 on Amazon.

Moshi iGlaze

Moshi iGlaze

Made from premium vegan leather, the Moshi iGlaze Napa case for Galaxy S7 has a shatter-proof casing and raised bezels to protect the display. There's a brush aluminum strip on the back with the company's logo on it for added visual flair. It's one of the more expensive options on this list of best cases for Galaxy S7. Amazon has it for $30.

Carved Engraved Wood Case

Aztec Calendar wood case

Consider the Aztec Calendar wood case from Carved if you're looking to add a unique flair to your Galaxy S7. This case is made from real wood and has a protective slim black rubber bumper with a raised front edge and bezel. The Aztec Calendar has been engraved on the back which isn't something you find on a lot of cases. It costs $29.99 on Amazon.

UAG Composite

UAG Composite

One of the more durable options on this list, the Urban Armor Gear composite case for the Galaxy S7 is Samsung Pay and wireless charging compatible. It has a hard outer shell and a soft impact resistant core with rear skid pads and a raised rubber screen lip. It meets military drop-test standards as well. The UAG Composite case for the Galaxy S7 is available for $34 on Amazon.


These are some of the many cases for Galaxy S7 that you might like to buy and there are certainly a lot of other options. This list has something for everyone so whether you want a really durable case or just something that's not too bulky and adds some protection to the handset, we recommend that you pick one up to ensure that your Galaxy S7 stays shiny and scratch-less for as long as possible.

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