You don’t have to spend big bucks for a solid phone, but you’ll want to invest in a good case either way. Take the Galaxy A20 — it won’t set the world on fire, but it should last you a good long while if you take care of it. It’s a mid-range device, so it won’t break the bank, and that gives you the flexibility to spend a little extra on protection. Here are our favorite Samsung Galaxy A20 cases available right now.
The best Samsung Galaxy A20 cases:
Editor’s note: We will update this list of the best cases for the Samsung Galaxy A20 as more are released.
Spigen Rugged Armor
Spigen offers a solid list of cases for just about any phone, and the Rugged Armor is one of its best creations. It’s a simple TPU shell with an internal spiderweb pattern that helps to absorb impacts. Like most Spigen offerings, the Rugged Armor comes in matte black, but a few carbon fiber details add a bit of luxury to the mix. The case is easy to apply and remove in seconds, and raised lips around the camera and display offer even more drop protection.
There are only so many ways to spice up a lightweight black bumper case, and Incipio’s two-tone approach is one of the better options. The bottom half sports a matte coating for added grip while the top half is semi-transparent to show off the Galaxy A20 itself. It’s enhanced with Air Cushion technology, so you should be able to brush off drops and scrapes without a second thought. Incipio’s raised bezels ensure that the NGP is ready for just about anything.
Speck Presidio Grip
A good case list isn’t complete without Speck’s best offering, and the Presidio Grip takes the top honor for Samsung’s Galaxy A20. It’s yet another one-piece bumper, though the Eclipse Blue finish is a nice change from the other matte black options. The back panel is tough enough to handle scratches and raised ridges to blanket it with extra grip.
Ringke’s Fusion-X is another regular on our case lists, and it’s back again for the Galaxy A20. It sports a crystal-clear polycarbonate back panel with a rugged TPU bumper for high-end hybrid protection. The Fusion-X is a reliable option with a MIL-STD 810G rating, so it should brush off drops from up to four feet. You can also attach a lanyard to the pair of QuikCatch openings for the days where you don’t want a phone in your pocket.
Incipio is the only case maker to show up twice on this list, and the DualPro is the first two-piece case to make the cut as well. It combines a soft inner core with a scratch-resistant polycarbonate shell to combat significant drops. You’ll probably notice a bit of extra bulk, but that’s the price you pay for protection. Precise cutouts and tactile button covers allow for easy access and the bezels are as thick as you’ll find anywhere.
Another favorite Galaxy A20 case of ours, the UAG Scout, is so proud of the MIL-STD 810G rating that it’s embossed inside the shell. The case relies on a full-length honeycomb pattern to spread out impacts and reduce overall stress. Most of the back panel is a tough polycarbonate plate, but the edges opt for a softer TPU grip. You may expect the protection to come with a hefty overall footprint, but UAG’s Scout is still thin enough to handle wireless charging.
Supcase UB Pro
If the other cases haven’t been tough enough for you, there’s no way you’ll top these last two options. The Supcase UB Pro offers complete 360-degree protection and it even rocks a kickstand. It’s a dual-layer hybrid case, and a sturdy polycarbonate ring helps to lock your phone in place. Most of the Galaxy A20 cases only come in black, but you can also grab the UB Pro in red for a pop of color.
Today’s last option — and the name you may know best — is the Otterbox Defender. It’s a multi-layer masterpiece with a detached front lip, just like the UB Pro. Unfortunately, Otterbox dropped the built-in screen protector from its design, and there’s no kickstand to be seen. It does include a helpful belt holster since the case itself is quite large, and it upholds the Otterbox name with a durable MIL-STD 810G rating.