The best Samsung Galaxy S cases
The Samsung Galaxy S has been out for a few weeks now and cases for it are starting to arrive in the shops, so we thought it’s time to write something about. Samsung Galaxy S cases range from fitted leather cases, through to slim fitting silicone cases, but not all cases are made equal, so here we have only 5 of the most popular Galaxy S cases to see how well they protect the phone.
FlexiShield Skin For Samsung Galaxy S
If you want a case for your Galaxy S but don’t want a leather case, or maybe you prefer a case that is a bit more practical, then a FlexiShield Skin will probably be a better option. FlexiShield Skins are thicker and tougher than standard Silicone Cases and add very little bulk to your phone.
FlexiShield Skin for Samsung Galaxy S
They give your phone more bounce if (and when) you drop it! It has a non slip feel to it and covers all of the back of the handset, leaving the camera free for you to take your photos. The screen of your Galaxy S isn’t covered though, so I’d recommend using this case with a Samsung Galaxy S Screen Protector.
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Great roundup. In my opinion while these thick covers or cases can perhaps save your i9000 galaxy a couple of bumps every few months, the main thing worrying me usually are the car keys and stuff that scratches the beauty. The case does nothing in that regard. I found a total body clear cover from Gadgetshieldz.com at ~5 quids which seems to exactly the same thing as the invisibleshield thing mentioned above. It has done some fantastic work for me, I’ve even used it in tandem with a cheap made in china case but I found out that I preferred the look that gadgetshieldz or invisibleshield maintains for my Samsung Glalaxy S. I would rather prefer to stay without the added bulk.