Best stylish cases for Samsung Galaxy S7 edge

People buy the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge not just for its features, but quite often also because this is a very attractive device - thanks in no small part to its dual curve display. 

Many S7 edge owners may be reluctant to purchase a protective case for the phone, since cases can change a device's aspect quite a lot (usually not for the better). However, there are some stylish cases out there that actually look nice and suit the Galaxy S7 edge. We've gathered some of the best such cases in this article, so check them out below (listed in alphabetical order).

Icarercase Business Series for Samsung Galaxy S7 edge


  • Classy look thanks to premium, genuine leather


  • Leather is sensitive, you have to keep it away from stuff like greasy dirt, acidic compounds, and blazing sun
  • A bit expensive

The Icarercase Business Series Vintage Genuine Leather case is a folio flip style accessory. It covers your Galaxy S7 edge almost completely for effective protection, yet still offers quick access to ports, speaker, rear camera, and earpiece. The case can be bought in black, brown, and red (just make sure you're getting the S7 edge model, not the one for the regular S7, which is smaller and obviously doesn't fit the S7 edge).

Spigen Thin Fit case for Samsung Galaxy S7 edge


  • Premium design


  • The dual curve screen isn't fully protected

Spigen is one of the most famous case manufacturers out there, so it's no surprise to see that it's got a stylish case made especially for the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge. Called Spigen Thin Fit, this is a discrete, yet solid case that's available in black, mint, and gunmetal. The case will do a good job at protecting your S7 edge against scratches and drops, but it's obvious that the edges of the phone's screen remain vulnerable.

Vena Retain case for Samsung Galaxy S7 edge


  • Super cheap   
  • Clear case that retains the original S7 edge design 


  • The dual curve screen isn't fully protected

If you want a protective case that doesn't really change the original design of your Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, and doesn't add too much bulk to it, check out the Vena Retain. Made out of a scratch-resistant transparent material (a combination of TPU and polycarbonate), the Vena Retain case features anti-shock corners and raised lips to protect the phone's rear and front, though the edges of the curved display remain a bit exposed.

VSR Design Single Fit case for Galaxy S7 edge


  • Lots of colors to choose from
  • Design that compliments the S7 edge


  • The dual curve screen isn't fully protected

This VSR Design Single Fit case isn't transparent, but it fits perfectly on the Galaxy S7 edge, almost fully wrapping around the phone (however, once again, the curved edges look vulnerable). The case has its own metallic buttons that provide instant tactile feedback, and comes in a variety of good looking colors: blossom red, ice mint, phantom black, smokey gray, and snow pink.

X-Level Vintage Series PU Leather case for Galaxy S7 edge


  • Vintage look (if you're into that)


  • No cutouts for buttons

The Vintage Series PU Leather case from X-Level does indeed have a vintage look (as its name suggests), but it's not exactly made out of real leather: PU leather means split leather covered with a layer of polyurethane. Still, the case looks and feels nice, while also being pretty durable and not too expensive.

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Related phones

Galaxy S7 edge
  • Display 5.5" 1440 x 2560 pixels
  • Camera 12 MP / 5 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, Quad-core, 2200 MHz
  • Storage 32 GB + microSDXC
  • Battery 3600 mAh(36h 3G talk time)



1. TerryTerius unregistered

That leather case looks pretty nice. I think I'll pick one up. Thanks Florin.

2. neron5

Posts: 30; Member since: Jun 05, 2012

Really are these ones the best stylish cases for the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge ?????? This information is completly wrong. What about Piel Frama cases???? or Vajacases ???? Phonearena´s peaple are NOT being objetive in the most of their materials posted !!!!!

3. TerryTerius unregistered

Fashion is inherently subjective. It's kind of odd to state that someone's aesthetic tastes are right or wrong, as if there is truly a correct answer.

4. sissy246

Posts: 7124; Member since: Mar 04, 2015

Not wild about any

5. neron5

Posts: 30; Member since: Jun 05, 2012

Not Terry, for example; if you are informing about the best stylish cars in the world, you can not obviate Ferrary, Porsche, Mercedes, BMW, Rolls Royce, Bentley and Audy and speak about Hyundai, Ford, Renault, Cotroen,......

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