These are the best wallet cases for the iPhone X: Premium device, premium style

These are the best wallet cases for the iPhone X: Premium device, premium style

There really is a rather vast variety of cases available for the high-profile iPhone X, which is enjoying quite a bit of popularity these days due to the simple fact that it's so much different than the majority of previous iPhone devices design- and feature-wise.

As you might expect, every respectable case maker has a plethora of cases for the iPhone X, with a few of these being, you guessed it, wallet ones.


Although wallet cases might be seen as dad cases and totally not cool at all, these are really convenient - they not only house your phone and a couple of credit cards, but can also act as a kickstand, and let's not forget that they protect your device from almost all angles, shielding even the screen from scratches or potential fall damage. Thus, don't be so quick to shoot 'em down, wallet cases do have a place in the sun.

Let's check out some of the best ones for the iPhone X: 


Apple iPhone X Leather Folio


Pros

  • Genuine leather
  • Multiple color options

Cons

  • A bit pricey

Of course, Apple has its own leather wallet case for the iPhone X, and there's no denying that it's among the highest quality ones you could possibly find. "Crafted from specially tanned and finished European leather for a luxurious look and feel," this wallet case will fit rather snuggly around your device and will put it to sleep and wake it up accordingly as you open and close it. The inside of the case has soft microfiber lining that will carefully caress and keep your screen clean from grime and other nasty stuff while also keeping several cards and a few notes inside.



Pad&Quill Bella case for the iPhone X 

Price: $89.95
Get it on Pad&Quill's store



Pros

  • Genuine leather with 25-year warranty
  • Various interior/exterior color combinations

Cons

  • No magnetic latch

Pad&Quill's genuine leather case is designed to develop rich leather patina that aims to feel like an old book cover in your hands. Adding just 0.28" of overall thickness, this case proves that you don't need to haul a brick in your pants when you opt for a wallet case. The case also allows for wireless charging and has all the right ports at just the right spots - nothing is obstructed. You can fit up to 7 cards and notes inside, which is more than enough to make you ditch your wallet and use this case as a full-day replacement. You can choose between a couple of exterior and interior color combos, which 



Spigen iPhone X Wallet S

Price: $29.99
Get it on Spigen's store


Pros

  • Doubles as a kickstand
  • Magnetic latch

Cons

  • Not geniune leather
  • Only one color option

Made of synthetic leather and featuring a magnetic latch to keep it snuggly closed, this Spigen case allows you to fit in as many as three credit cards alongside your prized new iPhone X. The polycarbonate shell ensures your device doesn't get shattered after a close encounter with the hardwood floor, and finally, you got a cutout for the receiver that allows for you to make calls even with the cover closed. All of that goodness can be yours for $29.99.



Moshi Overture

Price: $44.95
Get it on Moshi's store


Pros

  • Vegan leather
  • Doubles as a kickstand

Cons

  • No securing mechanism
  • No color options


Moshi's leather case is made of vegan tanned leather, which serves as a middle-ground between premium feel and a having the peace of mind that no animals have been harmed in its making. The case doubles as a kickstand, which is a welcome addition to the overall feature list. You will have no problems charging your phone while the case is on, and you will also have no issues accessing all ports and buttons on the device. However, there is no securing mechanism, which could be a bit off-putting for some.



Tech21 Evo Wallet 

Price: $49.95
Get it on Tech21's store


Pros

  • Concealed card holder
  • Rugged and sturdy

Cons

  • Bulky

Available in Black and Pink, this case is not a leather one, but that's not a bad thing at all. After all, there's no unwritten rule that all wallet cases should be leather ones. What it lacks in grace, the Evo Wallet makes up in sturdiness and overall protection - it's certified to protect you prized possession from up to 3m/10ft drops and make sure nothing happens to the iPhone X inside of it. The wallet part of the equation is covered by a concealed space for your credit cards and a cash, which is a rather welcome privacy addition.


Sena Bence Wallet book


Pros

  • Doubles as a kickstand
  • Three color options available
  • Covered buttons

Cons

  • Pricey

The Sena Bence Wallet Books is a rather minimailstic, but feature-packed case comes in three different colors (Tan, Denim, Black), doubles as a kickstand so that you can binge on Netflix's newest hits, and finally, boasts a couple of card slots for you to populate. Even the buttons are covered for extra protection, though not everyone will be happy with this design approach. 

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iPhone X
  • Display 5.8" 1125 x 2436 pixels
  • Camera 12 MP / 7 MP front
  • Processor Apple A11 Bionic, Hexa-core, 2390 MHz
  • Storage 256 GB
  • Battery 2716 mAh(21h 3G talk time)

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5 Comments

1. Phullofphil

Posts: 1740; Member since: Feb 10, 2009

I’m fine with the cheap imitation off Amazon

2. Bixby

Posts: 11; Member since: Jan 27, 2017

Moshi is beautiful, pricey but love it. Definitely getting one for the wifes phone.

3. IronTech

Posts: 153; Member since: May 27, 2016

None of my current phone cases costs more than $20.

4. TerryD

Posts: 540; Member since: May 09, 2017

The problem with all of these cases is that they dont easily fit in car cradles

5. Kashton

Posts: 2; Member since: Jan 31, 2018

I actually just purchased the Sena Bence Wallet folio style case in tan. The leather is amazing. Soft and supple and is the type of fine leather that will show character and will patina with use. It’s by far one of the nicest cases that I’ve ever used. I’m not sure why it stated that not all people would like it’s design as I find it to be on par with most other wallet folio cases on the market but this one happens to be made with some of the finest leather you can get. I find it to be a awesome experience every time I use my iPhone 10. It’s not stiff in the slightest and the color of the leather is simply perfect. The only thing I’m not a huge fan of would be the drop impact type shell or case the phone is held in with. It doesn’t seem to match the elegance of the rest of the entire leather case. I feel like Sena should have encased the actual case part in leather also to blend it in with the rest of the all leather design. The Black shock absorbing case takes away from the otherwise perfect high end fine leather wallet case that it is.

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