Best Galaxy S7 cases
What’s the best case for Galaxy S7? These should do the trick!
Unless you’re planning on rocking your new Samsung Galaxy S7 without any protection, you’ll want a worthy case to help keep the phone safe from wear and tear. Even this early on, there are some excellent cases for the Galaxy S7 that are available to purchase and pre-order. Popular manufacturers such as LifeProof, Speck, Spigen, Obliq, Ringke, and Supcase all make the list with suitable options for protecting the Galaxy S7. Let’s dive in and look at the best Galaxy S7 cases.
Spigen Liquid Crystal
You don’t have to hide the beauty of your phone to keep it protected, and the Liquid Crystal case from Spigen proves that. This case offers protection without sacrificing the ability to see the color choice that you made on your initial purchase.
You’ll get a nice form fit from this case, and the embossed buttons are easy to press while the case is on the phone. You can grab one on Amazon for just over $10.
For the ultimate protection, LifeProof is a brand that sits at the top. While the Galaxy S7 may already be waterproof, some additional waterproofing along with drop protection is a no-brainer for many.
The case is designed this time around to be thinner than previous generations, while still providing the same amount of worry-free protection for your phone. You’ll pay for the added protection, but it beats the constant worry about breaking your new investment.
If you want to keep your phone protected, but also want it to be as stylish as possible, you may want the Speck Candyshell case. Available in a variety of different patterns, Speck does a great job of combining style and protection in their cases.
The single piece construction makes it easy to slide your phone in, and keep it protected. From a clear case to show off the beauty of the phone itself, to a fully decorated floral pattern, there is a case here for just about everyone.
Urban Armor Gear
Urban Armor Gear is known for its rugged designs and great protection with a unique style. The company has announced a variety of cases for the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge, including one that will also double as a wallet with a place to store some of your credit cards. You can order your case now, with shipments starting around the release date of the phone.
Supcase Unicorn Beetle Pro
Searching for something a little more on the rugged side? The Unicorn Beetle Pro provides front and back protection for the Galaxy S7, including a durable swivel holster for quick-draw access at your side. On the front is a built-in plastic screen protector that’s surrounded by a thick rim to keep the display raised from flat surfaces. The case itself utilizes a shock-absorbent TPU and durable polycarbonate to handle harsh impacts. The Unicorn Beetle Pro’s rugged design is great for enhancing grip, too, with plenty of texture on each side of the case. This protective bundle is only $10 and available for pre-order right now.
Ringke Fusion Crystal Case
For those who prefer to protect their Galaxy S7 with a case while still showing off the phone’s sleek appearance, Ringke’s Fusion crystal case is definitely one the best options out there. Its simple design is protective enough to handle common drops without bulking things up. Port plugs on the bottom help to keep out dirt and debris, but can always be permanently removed if they’re more of a nuisance. Side buttons are easily accessible through the clear flexible plastic along the edges, and the smooth polycarbonate shell sports a large cutout for the S7’s camera features.
OtterBox’s lineup of smartphone cases has evolved over the years, and while the company still focuses on adding protection to your phone, they now do so in a far more stylish way. To keep your new Galaxy S7 protected, OtterBox will be offering its Commuter and Defender series, the most well known of the variety, as well as the newer Symmetry and Strada series cases. Each of them offers a slight advantage over the others, so it will depend on your needs as to which is best for you. Pricing starts at $19.95.
Spigen Tough Armor Case
Spigen’s Tough Armor case rocks military-grade protection with its dual-layer design and Air Cushion Technology. The inner skin features a webbed design that the Galaxy S7 rests on, including air pockets in all 4 corners that help handle shock. The raised lip around the front ensures the Galaxy S7’s display is always clear from rubbing on flat surfaces, and the glossy bezel around the camera grants clear photos at all times. Unlike the Spigen Slim Armor, the Tough Armor case comes without a flimsy kickstand, leaving a smooth look and feel to its exterior plastic shell. This case comes in gunmetal, champagne gold, and black, starting at $19.
Samsung S View Cover
Samsung’s S View Cover series for the Galaxy S7 is just about as cool as it gets for phone cases. So long as you have NFC enabled on your phone, you essentially get a small window to your Galaxy S7 that lets you answer and decline calls, view message previews, activate the camera, and a bunch more.
Your Galaxy S7 clips into the bumper inside and then you just fold the cover over and, though the display is turned off, the preview screen still shows up through the window. Many folks want a flip cover to protect their phone, but it can be cumbersome to pull it out and open it up, and it’s definitely conspicuous in class or at a meeting.
The S View Cover is available in black, gold, and silver to match your Galaxy S7. If you want a super cool, interactive case that does a lot more than just protect your Galaxy S7, then the S View Cover is definitely worth a look.
If you’re really into having a case that shows off your style and the stuff you like, then Society6 is the place to get it. They curate art from people everywhere and put it on cases, jeweller, clothing, prints, rugs, you name it – they slap art on it.
These cases are made of hard plastic, with a softer rubber/silicone inside for shock absorption, so you’re protected and you’ve got a Galaxy S7 with a beautiful design on it. You don’t just have to limit yourself to pretty stuff, though; they have fan art from pop culture and more. I had a Batman case for my cough iPhone cough before I switched to Android and it worked wonderfully.
The only downside of the protective nature of these cases is that the headphone jack is kind of difficult to get at. If you listen to music on your phone all day, every day, then you might want to consider an alternative. That being said, if you have some decent Bluetooth headphones, you’re set.
Some of the best-looking cases I’ve ever seen come from Society6, so if you want something that’s going to make people ask where you got it, hit ’em up!
What’s your favorite Galaxy S7 case?
Those are just a handful of the best cases to consider protecting your Galaxy S7 with. If you’re holding out for a different case, we’d love to hear about it!