These are the best cases for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
Whatever your style, there's a Galaxy Note 20 case for you!
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is here, and with a starting price of $1299, it’s definitely an investment. Unfortunately, it’s also one of the heaviest Samsung smartphones to-date, and trust me from personal experience, the added weight and large proportions of my similarly-sized Galaxy S20 Ultra resulted in more than one drop. Thankfully, I had a case on it and it survived, and some of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra cases featured below could also save your shiny new phone. We’ll be updating this post with new options as they pop up so check back frequently!
Samsung's official leather cover remains the best choice, and there's this year, your color choices include black, brown and green. Based on previous Samsung leather covers, this one should also survive many months of use.
If you want something truly custom that also protects your phone, the dbrand Grip Case fits the bill. It's extremely protective, but you can customize the design using one of the many skin types available.
When it comes to cases, you've probably heard of Spigen. The company has a lot of popular products, but the Liquid Air brings added grip and a beautiful symmetry and uniformity that really appeals to us.
If you're looking for a case that really protects your phone, the Incipio DualPro is designed with protection in mind, including a drop test rating of 10 feet, shock-absorbing inner core and raised bezels to protect your screen.
The Ringke Fusion X is one of the company's most popular case line-ups, combining a clear back so you can show off your stunning new smartphone with protective features like a raised lip and rugged exterior.
Instead of a thick case, show off your phone's natural beauty while keeping it protected with this beautiful Caseology Skyfall case, which is available in 3 colors. I've used one before and it's a fantastic case!
Want a case with some grip that matches the color of your phone perfectly? Look no further than Samsung's official silicone cover, which comes in Black, White and 'Brown', which is actually Pink in color.
Being able to prop up your phone while you're out and about is one of the big selling points for this case. Others include raised screen and camera bezels to protect against scratches, and additional grip.
If all you want is a super-slim case, look no further. This won't provide you a lot of protection against drops, but your phone will still remain sleek. It's also available in gorgeous Red and Blue colors.
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is a large phone with a considerable amount of weight to it, so you’ll want to factor this in when deciding which case to buy. The larger size also means you’ll want to look at how much grip a case provides. If you’re set on a slimline case, the Ringke Air-S case provides protection without being too bulky. Our favorite pick is the Samsung Kvadrat Cover which looks stylish while protecting your phone.
If you need something a little more rugged, the Incipio DualPro comes with some serious claims, including being able to withstand a 10-foot drop and helping to protect against scratches with raised bezels. Considering the $1300 starting price tag of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, this might be the most protective case for your investment.
Born and raised in the UK, Nirave has been in the mobile industry since the mid-2000s in a career that has spanned from working in retail to training staff and finally, tech publishing. Previously the Managing Editor of Android Authority, and the Editorial Director at Mobile Nations, he joined the XDA team as Chief Content Officer in early 2020. He loves mobile tech, smart home, and 5G, and alongside shaping the long-term strategy of XDA, he'll be helping the writing team with reviews and other content. You can follow him on Twitter here: https://www.twitter.com/nirave
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