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Samsung Galaxy A71.

Samsung’s Galaxy A71 is a budget-friendly phone that packs some powerful specs. The Galaxy A71 is rocking four rear-mounted cameras and a massive 6.7-inch display. It may not break the bank, but you’ll still want to invest in protection if you’re planning to pick one up. Here are the best Samsung Galaxy A71 cases that you can grab right now!

You can grab the unlocked GSM version of the Galaxy A71 below. It should work with AT&T and T-Mobile plans as well as their subsidiaries like Mint Mobile.

$364 .99
Samsung Galaxy A71, GSM Unlocked
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Samsung Galaxy A71, GSM Unlocked Buy it Now
$364 .99

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The best Samsung Galaxy A71 cases:

Editor’s note: We will update our list of the best Samsung Galaxy A71 cases as new options launch.


Spigen Liquid Air Armor

galaxy a71 spigen liquid air armor

The Spigen Liquid Air Armor case is a great pick if you want to add protection and grip without adding much weight. It’s made of flexible TPU with a full-body triangle pattern with built-in covers for the buttons and precise port cutouts. Despite the lightweight design and thin build, the Liquid Air Armor still secures a MIL-STD certification.


Caseology Solid Flex Crystal

galaxy a71 caseology solid flex crystal

Samsung decked the Galaxy A71 in a variety of bright colors, and the Solid Flex Crystal is an easy way to show them off. Another TPU case, the Solid Flex Crystal swaps the matte black finish for a transparent one with added reinforcement at all four corners. It’s MIL-STD certified as well and works seamlessly with most wireless charging pads.


Poetic Affinity

galaxy a71 poetic affinity

The Affinity case by Poetic is another clear option, though it offers a bit more protection than the Solid Flex. A honeycomb pattern helps to disperse impacts while the raised frosted ridges help to provide protection from scratches. The Poetic Affinity is MIL-STD certified with reinforced corners and a raised lip around the screen.


Spigen Rugged Armor

galaxy a71 spigen rugged armor

Spigen is one of the top names in the case game and offers a variety of options for just about every phone on the market. The Rugged Armor is a slightly more durable option than the Liquid Air and features a carbon fiber design. It’s yet another TPU case which means it’s easy to add or remove in just a few seconds. The Spigen Rugged Armor is also MIL-STD certified.


UAG Scout

galaxy a71 uag scout

As the first hybrid case on the list, the UAG Scout is arguably the most durable option so far. It blends a TPU frame with a hard polycarbonate shell to insulate against both drops and scratches. The TPU frame is easy to grip, and the case is MIL-STD certified so you can breathe easy if you happen to drop your phone. A thin lip helps to protect the screen as well.


Otterbox Commuter Lite

galaxy a71 otterbox commuter lite

Otterbox cases have built a name amongst the most durable on the market. The Commuter Lite is no exception, though it does offer the protection with a slightly slimmer design. A flexible TPU bumper protects your Samsung Galaxy A71 from drops while a hard polycarbonate frame seals the MIL-STD rating from scratches. The buttons are covered as well and the ports are open with precise cutouts.


Spigen Tough Armor

galaxy a71 spigen tough armor

Spigen’s third and final appearance on this list is also the most durable of the three. It’s a hybrid option that adds a reinforced kickstand for hands-free streaming.  The Tough Armor case actually uses a set of three pads inside the TPU bumper for extra protection. A polycarbonate shell ties it all together with a MIL-STD certification.


Poetic Revolution

galaxy a71 poetic revolution

Poetic locks down the last option on our list of the best Samsung Galaxy A71 cases with the rugged Revolution. Instead of a TPU frame with a snap-on PC panel, the Revolution combines the layers and locks them in place with a PC lip. The lip adds even more protection for your screen and the back of the case doubles as a kickstand.

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