The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is a beast of a device. With 120Hz refresh rate carrying AMOLED screen, 10x lossless zoom, 100x Space Zoom, this flagship surely packs a lot. However, this 6.9-inch display carrying phone is massive and weighs nearly 7.7 ounces. So, if you operate it with a single hand, the odds of the phone dropping or falling are higher. And I am sure you wouldn't want that to happen to this $1,400 phone, right? And that's when cases and covers can help.
Phone cases will protect your Galaxy S20 Ultra from scratches and abrasions. The best thing about clear cases is that they will ensure that the original color of your mighty phone shines through in all its glory.
So, if you're in the market looking for clear cases and covers for your Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, here are our recommendations.
If you want a bare minimalist cover for your Galaxy S20 Ultra, the Totallee Slim Case is the one you should buy. It's lightweight, and its thin construction will preserve the slim profile of your phone. And the slightly raised lip around the rear camera module will do its best to protect it from scratches and dust.
What makes these cases special is that they do not have any loud branding or any logo, thus letting you show off the full color (and brand) of your phone in all its brilliance.
Totallee cases are generally known for their precise and snug fit. Plus, the back of the case has a rubbery finish, which makes for a comfortable grip.
Again it is slim, and the company claims that this case only adds about 0.3mm to the thickness of the phone.
When it comes to phone cases and watch bands, many trust Spigen for the drop protection it offers without pulling down the look of the phone. And the Spigen Liquid Crystal is one such case. Though it costs less than the fancy cases, it doesn't skimp on the protection. It comes with raised edges for the screen and camera module. Plus, the button covers make sure that your phone remains dust-free.
Again, the corners are reinforced to bear the brunt of falls and drops. And the case does all of the above without adding bulk to the phone.
If you find the unusual corners of the Liquid Crystal case a bit too plain, you might want to check out Spigen's Neo Hybrid Crystal. It brings the best of both worlds — PC (polycarbonate) and TPU (thermoplastic polyurethane). Yep, you read that right. This one has a clear back panel surrounded by a grippy TPU bumper. While the bumper helps in a better grip and gives better protection to the phone's edges and corner, the clear back ensures that your S20 Ultra's back remains speckless.
It comes with the usual bells and whistles like raised edges, reinforced buttons, precise cutouts, and the likes. Plus, the corners are reinforced to help break the momentum of falls and drops.
What gives this case a unique look is the thin black TPU strip at the bottom of the case.
The Supcase Unicorn Beetle Style brings the combination of PC and TPU to the table. As you may have expected, the back consists of a hard PC case and is surrounded by stylish-looking flexible TPU bumpers. And it is the latter which makes it easy for the case to be snapped on and off. You will certainly love its unusually cut buttons. Unlike conventional rectangular buttons, you'll find a trio of sharply-cut diagonal areas that acts as buttons.
Plus, the dual-color tone of black and grey adds to the look of this strong case. And yes, this case adds minimal bulk without compromising on the safety of the device. Supcase claims that the back is resistant to scratches.
Aside from the above, it has the usual frills like raised bezels and grippy TPU bumper.
The Ringke Fusion-X is the one for you if you want to protect your Galaxy S20 Ultra's edges but want to show off its colors as well. This one comes with-designed TPU corners and bumper supports that end up giving the phone a unique rugged look. The back panel is riddled with dots to prevent the rainbow effect that is visible in most transparent cases. On top of it, the rugged back prevents the phone's back from picking up scratches and fingerprint smudges.
This case comes with precise cutouts, and well, it fits the phone perfectly. Previous Rinke Fusion-X cases have been popular with Amazon users primarily for their fit, and the unique look it brings to the table.
Do note that it will add a bit of bulk to the phone.
Another popular name in the world of phone cases and covers is Otterbox. However, this brand is mainly known for its rugged Defender series cases. But the good news is that they also have a pretty durable clear case series. Aptly named Symmetry Series Clear Case, this one protects the phone from all angles without compromising on the slim profile of the phone. Plus, the back is rubbery and is comfortable to hold.
The flexible case means that you will be able to take off the case whenever you want. Plus, the raised screen bumpers help protect your display.
It's a tad expensive than its counterparts above. On the upside, you get your hands on a high-quality product that is durable and will last a long time.
Planning to watch movies and tv shows on that great display? Why not opt for a case with a built-in kickstand? If you are excited by that, you should certainly get the ESR Metal Kickstand. This one is designed with a neat metal kickstand at the bottom of the case. And with it, you'll be able to prop the phone in both horizontal and vertical positions.
Moreover, it's minimalist and doesn't give an odd look to your phone. And at the same time, you'll be able to show off the beautiful back.
The in-hand feel of most ESR cases is great with the case providing the needed grip.
Do note that this kickstand adds a generous bump to the back.
The best part about all the above cases is that all of them have support for wireless charging. So yeah, you can put away worries of peeling out the case every time you need to fuel your phone.
However, transparent cases are not as robust as rugged cases. So if you are someone who often drops their phones, the best bet would be to invest in a rugged case like the Supcase UB Pro.
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