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Note 7 cases lineup from VRS Design bets on stylish yet affordable protection

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This story is sponsored by VRS Design. PhoneArena's opinions in this article have not been affected in any way!

If you're lucky enough, the years of smartphone ownership have incurred nothing more than monthly carrier fees and the occasional investment in a new device. But, according to many studies, a shocking number of people (50% globally!) have had to dig deep into their pockets to replace a shattered display. Other than being more careful when handling your phone, the best preventive measure is a solid case.

Cases like the ones from VRS Design. And what do you know, work on the company's lineup of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 cases is already complete, with a total of 11 case series available in multiple colors. Best of all, we took a look through them all, and their aesthetics left us pleased. As importantly, with a few otherwise great exceptions, these are mostly positioned in the affordable segment. 

Broadly, VRS Design's Note 7 massive product line can be fitted into four distinct categories: the fancy, genuine leather collection, a wallet-type lineup, military grade, rugged selections, and the lightweight, barely-there bunch. Nearly without exception, these collections all offer extra features beyond just shielding your future Note 7, including built-in kickstands and semi-automatic compartments for your credit cards and cash.

Before we jump right in, note that these are available for pre-order right now, with the estimated shipping date being 5th of August. 

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Galaxy Note 7 case collection by VRS Design


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