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The best Samsung Galaxy A10 cases you can buy
Samsung’s flagships may get all of the attention, but Galaxy A phones are a great way to jump into the ecosystem. You can grab the Galaxy A10 or one of its successors for less than $200 and enjoy its 6.2-inch display, 3,400mAh battery, and much more. If you go for a budget-friendly phone, you’ll want to protect it nonetheless, so here are our picks for the best Samsung Galaxy A10 cases.
The best Samsung Galaxy A10 cases:
Editor’s note: We’ll continue to update this list of the best Galaxy A10 cases as new options launch.
Spigen Rugged Armor
The Spigen Rugged Armor is one of our favorite cases, and you can get it for almost any phone on the market. It’s a sleek, matte black option, and it offers solid drop protection thanks to the TPU construction. The Rugged Armor features carbon fiber details, which help to add a degree of luxury to the case. Raised bezels also help to protect the camera and display in case accidents happen.
See also: Spigen cases: A buyer’s guide
Pushimei Samsung Galaxy A10 case
This option from Pushimei is a simple crystal-clear bumper, and it barely costs more than a bottle of soda. You should be able to apply and remove the case in seconds thanks to the TPU design, and air cushioning helps to guard all four corners. Pushimei’s Galaxy A10 case has precise cutouts for charging and tactile button covers to complete your protection.
If you want to add a pop of color to your new phone, Anccer’s Colorful is a good choice. It comes in five bright colors — and a clear option — so you should have no problem picking the perfect shade. The case itself is a solid polycarbonate bumper with button covers to keep your phone protected on all sides. It’s also one of the thinnest cases around if you’re looking for protection without adding much bulk.
Goospery Samsung Galaxy A10 wallet case
If you want a thin case that adds a little extra, this Goospery wallet is a top pick. It’s not a traditional folio wallet, but it packs a back door where you can stash your cards. The door locks via a pair of magnets, too, so you shouldn’t have to worry about any accidents. Goospery also designed the door so you can prop a credit card inside as a kickstand. The case comes in six different colorful finishes.
Ghostek Iron Armor
Ghostek’s Iron Armor case looks more like it should be protecting a bank vault than a budget-friendly phone. It’s a matte black tank, and it comes with a belt clip in case it’s too large to jam into your pocket. The Iron Armor is MIL-STD 810G certified, and it even includes a tempered glass screen protector for complete 360-degree protection. You can also use the built-in kickstand for some hands-free binge-watching.