+ Friday July 19th, 2019

Samsung’s new Galaxy S10e, S10 and S10+ phones are more advanced than ever and also more expensive than ever so we seriously suggest you consider buying a case to protect yours.

There are countless companies selling S10 cases and it is difficult to cover them all, or even a small percentage of them. These are some options that caught our eye for being a bit different.

Official Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10 and S10+ Cases

Unsurprisingly Samsung wants you to buy Galaxy S10 series phone cases from them. They offer six in total but I liked the look of two in particular.

The Clear View Cover ($79) allows you to view notifications and control your music without needing to open the case which is quite practical.

On a more fun note the LED Cover ($79) creates a light show with mood lighting and customisable icons on the back of the phone.

Tech21 Galaxy S10e, S10 and S10+ Evo Check Antibacterial Case

Usually when you think about protecting your phone it’s from drops and bumps.

Tech21 takes protection to the next level by integrating built-in Biocote antibacterial protection in their Evo Check case with a claim of eliminating bacteria by 99.5% in just two hours.

Evo Check also features an effective three-layer protection system which includes FlexShock, an impact material unique to Tech21 that provides up to 3.658 metres of drop protection. The Evo Check is available in Smokey/Black, Ultra Violet, Rouge, Neon Yellow and Shark Blue at JB Hi-Fi, Optus, Harvey Norman and tech21.com for $49.95.

EFM D3O Crystalex Case Armour for Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10 and S10+

Perth-based phone accessory maker EFM offer another twist on phone cases using the material D3O which is often applied in body protection for professional athletes and motorcyclists, precision safety equipment for industrial workers and combat helmets for soldiers

EFM says that D3O Crystalex is a new groundbreaking material that is scientifically engineered to safeguard your phone by providing maximum protection against impact while also being the clearest and the only naturally non-yellowing transparent material for phone cases on the market today.

EFM offer a variety of cases for the new Galaxy S10 series ranging from $39.95 to $69.95. They are already available online at myefm.com and in-store at JB Hi-Fi, Officeworks, HappyTel, Mobile Experts, PTC Phone Accessories and selected Telstra and Optus stores.

InvisibleShield Ultra Clear for Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10 and S10+

For readers who prefer not to use a case but still want to protect the screen, Zagg offers InvisibleShield Ultra Clear for the entire Samsung Galaxy S10 line.

Importantly, according to Zagg the InvisibleShield Ultra Clear is fully compatible with Samsung’s new in screen fingerprint reader while a thinner design, when compared to other screen protection solutions, offers improved touch sensitivity and self-healing Nano-Memory Technology using smart molecules to heal minor scratches and dings.

Pricing & Availability in Australia for the Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10 and S10+ compatible InvisibleShield Ultra Clear is priced at $39.95RRP and is available in select retail locations nationwide including JB Hi-Fi and The Good Guys.

There are of course many other options to protect your new Samsung Galaxy phone and we encourage you to look around for the one that suits your requirements and price range.

Let us know in the comments below if you already have a case for yours and why you chose it. If you don’t, what are you looking at getting?

Neerav Bhatt   Associate

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Neerav has been interested in Android phones since he bought the 1st one ever released (HTC Dream/G1). He has never bought an Apple product :-) His dream phone would have stock Android OS, fast high-res camera and swappable 4000mAh battery.

A high performer in multiple fields, Neerav has worked as an IT Support Analyst, Mainstream media writer/Photojournalist and University Research Librarian.

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