Samsung’s brand-new Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is one of the largest and most powerful phablets around. You may not want to slap a case on top and add even more size to the device, so what do you do? One way to go is to apply a slim skin to your new phone. It may not offer much in the way of protection, but a new skin can give your grip a nice boost while helping it better stand out from the crowd. Here are the best Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra skins to buy.
See also: Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra review
The best Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra skins:
Editor’s note: We’ll update the skins on this list as we find new options for the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
It’s just about impossible to make a list of skins without sending dbrand some love. The manufacturer offers wraps for just about any device you can think of from laptops to mobile phones. It should come as no surprise that it offers an extensive list of options for Samsung’s newest phablet then. You can choose from a rainbow of shades in popular finishes like carbon fiber, pastel, and even woodgrains to set your Note 20 Ultra apart from the pack.
The dbrand patterns and textures are great, but what if you want to show off a little more personality? Whether it’s a favorite football team or your holiday spirit, Skinit has the vinyl skins to match. Once you select your design, the manufacturer will offer you a list of a dozen or so similar designs so you can pick the perfect pattern for your Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. You may as well load up on a variety of skins as well since they’re so easy to apply or remove in just seconds.
If you’re working on a budget, there’s the Skinnova line from Gadgetshieldz. It’s the least expensive option of the four, and there are slightly fewer color options, but you’d probably never know the difference. Skinnova boasts a premium 3M construction with precise cutouts around each opening and speaker. Better yet, you can mix and match your Skinnova finishes to ensure that your Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra skin is unlike any other.
Our last option for today falls into the same vein as Gadgetshieldz and dbrand. XtremeSkins sticks with the basic patterns and textures, but it’s probably the way to go if you’re across the pond. Each skin is crafted in the UK, though they ship worldwide. You can mix and match your patterns as much as you please, and all it takes to switch them out is a handy hairdryer. If you’re having trouble applying your skin, XtremeSkins also has a selection of tutorial videos to help you along.