Samsung’s Galaxy S20 is a beautiful phone, but sometimes you just want to switch things up. Cases can be bulky, and you can’t just dye your phone, so what’s left? It’s time to relive the days of playing with stickers and add a sleek skin. They’re thin enough to support wireless charging but you won’t find much in the way of protection. If you’re ready to leave your case behind, here are the best Samsung Galaxy S20 skins available.
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The best Samsung Galaxy S20 skins:
Editor’s note: We’ll do our best to keep these Samsung Galaxy S20 skins updated as new options launch.
It’s fair to say that dbrand is to phone skins what Spigen is to cases — pretty much the king of the castle. It’s not the way to go if you want graphics on your wrap, but dbrand delivers in terms of patterns and colors. You can sift through a veritable rainbow of carbon fiber styles and matte finishes, or go for classic wood design. If you can’t decide on one skin, dbrand lets you switch it up with a different pattern for the camera bump.
If you plan to change your phone skins often, you might want to invest in a less expensive option. The Skinnova line by Gadgetshieldz should fit the bill, but it doesn’t come with a compromise in quality. There are a few special edition skins worth checking out, but the real value lies in mixing and matching your skins. You can pick a completely different pattern and texture for the camera bump, ensuring that your phone is never mistaken for another.
XtremeSkins may be a UK-based operation, but its skins ship worldwide and they come at a very reasonable price. Like most options, you can mix and match the skin with your camera bump, but XtremeSkins also lets you show off the Samsung logo on your S20 if you so desire. If you do opt for one of these, there is a variety of videos and tutorials that just might help you get set up.
Your phone is a very personal way to show off your fandoms. A unique skin says a lot about your interests, and Skinit offers some of the most unique skins around. You can rep your team, your alma mater, or just show off your love for Deadpool with ease. Once you select your theme, Skinit will show you a selection of other related designs that relate to your original. You won’t be able to mix and match your camera bump, but the full-back designs make it so you might not want to.
Today’s last offering comes from EasySkinz — another UK-based skin maker. It features just as many patterns and finishes as Skinit and the rest, but you can bundle in a screen protector for an added cost. After all, you’ll want to protect your screen from scratches too. If you’re picky about the way you pay, EasySkinz takes everything from AliPay to Visa and even Bitcoin. Once again, you can’t swap the camera portion of the skin, but you should have no problem making your Galaxy S20 look great.