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Best Samsung Galaxy S10+ cases 2022

Even though it's more than three years old at this point, Samsung's Galaxy S10+ can still be purchased from Samsung's own online storefront and third-party retailers, if you don't mind getting it refurbished. That said, whether you're planning on getting it soon, or have already had one since launch day, we suggest getting one of the best Samsung Galaxy S10+ cases to protect your smartphone from all those scuffs, falls, and scratches. 

Take a look at some of the best Galaxy S10+ cases

These are the best Samsung Galaxy S10+ cases

Despite being more than three years old, Samsung Galaxy S10+ can still hold its own against some of the best Android phones, both in terms of design and performance. The smartphone is still available on Samsung's own online store and third-party retailers as refurbished/renewed at fairly reasonable prices, so if you're planning on buying one, we suggest getting a case to protect it from all kinds of wear and tear.

Our top vote goes to Spigen's Neo Hybrid, which comes with a tried and tested two-piece (polycarbonate and TPU) design that does a great job of absorbing the impact of falls and bumps. Its ridged back pattern helps in improving the in-hand grip, and a dual-tone color scheme with both color options (Gunmetal and burgundy) adds to its style factor. If you don't care much about looks and would rather go for a well-built case, it's hard to go wrong with ArmadilloTek's Urban Ranger series. Apart from the military grade-certified design, the case's reinforced corners, precise cutouts for all the ports, and wireless charging compatibility make it a total package.

As essential as it is to have a reliable case for protecting your smartphone's chassis, you also need a screen protector for shielding its front. That's why we recommend taking a look at some of the best Galaxy S10+ screen protectors out there.

Rebecca Spear is a staff writer for Android Central who loves following the latest tech, drawing with her Wacom, and playing video games. You can find her posting about her pets, art, and video game preferences on Twitter @rrspear.

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