The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra isn’t exactly the easiest device to fit into your pocket at 6.9-inches. If you find yourself struggling to make the phablet fit, it might help to leave your wallet behind. You can’t be left without your wallet or some money, but these cases take care of that too. Here are the best Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra wallet cases you can buy.
See also: Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra review
The best Galaxy Note 20 Ultra wallet cases:
Editor’s note: We’ll be updating this list of the best Galaxy Note 20 Ultra wallet cases regularly as new ones launch.
FYY Genuine leather
The FYY case packs enough storage space that you just might not miss your old wallet. It offers three card slots and a large cash pocket, and it’s all wrapped in a genuine leather package. You can even match your old wallet with black, brown, navy, violet, and Wine Red finishes. FYY’s Galaxy Note 20 Ultra wallet case packs an RFID layer for added security and you can also transform the folio cover into a kickstand.
Arae wallet case
Arae’s wallet case looks nearly identical to the one FYY offers, though it actually outnumbers the genuine leather option on card slots. It adds a fourth slot to the mix and keeps the same large cash pocket as well as the folding kickstand design. You’re limited to just black, red, and rose gold for color options but a sturdy magnet helps to lock the folding cover in place.
Goospery Galaxy Note 20 Ultra wallet case
The Goospery wallet case for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is a colorful option — to say the very least. It comes in a variety of color combinations including yellow and pink, mint, and the Seahawks’ traditional navy and green. You can also stick with low-key black if you’d rather blend in and the folding card pocket means that you can stuff a total of seven cards and cash into the slim synthetic leather form factor.
Spigen Slim Armor CS
This case from Spigen is unique among our favorite wallet cases for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in that it skips the folio design altogether. Instead, Spigen has opted for a sliding rear panel that offers enough space for two credit cards or IDs. Most importantly, the Slim Armor CS uses a blend of TPU and polycarbonate for high-end protection that you expect from a Spigen case. It’s available in black, bronze, and white.
Today’s last case, the Ghostek Exec, follows Spigen’s lead in leaving the folio design behind. You can stash up to four cards in the detachable rear pocket, though you’ll have to take the pocket off for wireless charging. The case itself is tough and ready for anything with the hybrid TPU and polycarbonate structure. You can grab your Ghostek Exec case in black, gray, and pink finishes.