10 ultra-thin cases that protect your Samsung Galaxy S7 without obscuring its delightful looks

10 ultra-thin cases that protect your Samsung Galaxy S7 without obscuring its delightful looks
When you are rocking a smartphone as expensive and finely crafted as the Samsung Galaxy S7, you want to protect it from accidents and damage so you will be able to enjoy it for a long time. Simultaneously, obscuring its stunning good looks with any ol' polycarbonate case simply isn't an option for you. We get it, we've been there.

Thankfully, this is no longer a compromise you have to make. Case manufacturers offer slim, flexible, transparent cases that fit the Galaxy S7 like a second skin. They preserve the entirety of its design but simultaneously protect it against scratches, scuffs, dirt and grease. It's a winning combination and it's definitely the right way to go with this phone, in our opinion. That is, unless you work in demanding conditions or like extreme sports, which means you'll have to opt for a rugged case that's able to take more of a beating.

Where casual use is concerned, though, these ten pieces of work will do quite fine, we believe!

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Galaxy S7
  • Display 5.1 inches
    2560 x 1440 pixels
  • Camera 12 MP (Single camera)
    5 MP front
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, 4GB RAM
  • Storage 32GB, microSDXC
  • Battery 3000 mAh
  • OS Android 8.0 Oreo
    Samsung TouchWiz UI



5. TechieXP1969

Posts: 14967; Member since: Sep 25, 2013

All of those suck. The best cases is the ones made by Samsung. The best one they have is the clear cover, that holds the phone at the corners. If you only carry your phone in your back pocket or always in hand like many, and you have no fears of dropping it, then the clear case is nice...thin and sleek. http://www.samsung.com/us/mobile/cell-phones-accessories/EF-QG935CBEGUS They've changed it up compared to the ones for the S6./Edge. They now have some material to cover the sides so they don't get scratched. But on my Note 5 and the old S6 covers, it just covered the back and grabbed on at the corners, leaving the sides fully exposed. Even still I don't have a single scratch on it.

4. sissy246

Posts: 7129; Member since: Mar 04, 2015

You can drop any smartwatch phone and it can stop working. Yes the Samsung phones do have more glass to brake but the screen on other phone can still brake if you drop them. No phone is 100% safe.

3. Eyro7

Posts: 3; Member since: May 19, 2016

Tomorrow I find this comment deleted, because you, android authority and more phone pages like you are censoring everyone who hates samsung because its weak. And saying that best brands of smartphones like nokia, sony, motorola, blackberry are nothing...

2. Eyro7

Posts: 3; Member since: May 19, 2016

Delightful look? This weak Korean piece of scrap?? You should go to psychiatrist... And why to buy cases for it if it is "delightful"? Because that fake gorilla glass 5 is easily to break, my galaxy s7 drop from 1,50 meter and its completely destroyed, and it is not working. Before that he was overheating as soon as I turn it on, and it is not one case, more of my friends have same problems with this "smartphone" ... So I decided to never buy any s**tty korean sams**t products, I'm going to buy now Motorola moto G 4. Gen. I plan to spend 300+ Euros to excellent quality, ultra strong performance and highly atractive design and not to s**tty s7 which is same as its predecessors

1. robertdenaro116

Posts: 65; Member since: Mar 07, 2016

Did anyone try the otterbox case? the Laza Slim-Fit like the one here looks amazing but I would love to hear from someone who has experience with these cases http://attractivereview.com/2016/04/13/top-14-samsung-galaxy-s7-cases/

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