The Moto Edge Plus earns its place as the fastest, loudest, and boldest phone Motorola has created. However, that doesn’t mean it’s invincible. Four total cameras, a massive 6.7-inch display, and 5G capability are all expensive features should they break. If you’re ready to pick up this Verizon-exclusive device, here are the best Moto Edge Plus cases you can buy!
See also: Moto Edge Plus specs
The best Moto Edge Plus cases:
Editor’s note: We’ll continue to update this list of the best Moto Edge Plus cases as new options launch!
Spigen Ultra Hybrid
The Spigen Ultra Hybrid is a durable option that packs hybrid protection into a one-piece design. A TPU bumper ensures protection from drops while the crystal-clear back panel resists scratches and scrapes. The entire case is crystal clear to show off the unique blue shade of the Moto Edge Plus too. A raised lip and tactile buttons keep the screen and ports covered just in case the worst should happen.
The DDJ Wallet case is a good pick if you want to save some space in your pockets. You can leave your old wallet behind thanks to three card slots and a large cash pocket. It’s available in black, blue, and gray so you can match your other devices. Even better, the wallet cover doubles as a kickstand to stream your favorite shows. A TPU bumper locks your phone in place while a magnetic clasp keeps the cover closed throughout the day.
Poetic’s Revolution case finds its way onto many of our best lists, and the Moto Edge Plus is no exception. While it’s not clear to show off your phone, the Revolution is one of the most durable options on the list for sure. It uses a two-piece design to keep your phone locked in place. A TPU bumper and polycarbonate back panel keeps the device secure while an added plastic lip means your phone won’t fall out even if you drop it.
The other case to consider if you value protection above all else is the Otterbox Symmetry. It may add a bit of bulk to your phone and it doesn’t come cheap, but the Symmetry case offers the high-grade durability you expect from Otterbox. Many Otterbox cases rely on two-piece construction for maximum protection, but the Symmetry is a single-piece case that makes it easy to add and remove. Unfortunately, there’s no built-in screen protector.
The Dretal case combines some of the best features from every other case on the list. It has a clear back panel to show off your device and uses a hybrid lip design to keep it locked in place. Dretal’s case is thin enough to easily support wireless charging and durable enough to secure a MIL-STD 810 rating. A 2.0mm thick lip protects the display while a 1.5mm lip keeps the camera and ports safe.