Still using your Galaxy S7 edge? That's fine — it still holds up quite well. And if you want it to last even longer, then protecting your hardware is essential. These are the best cases you can buy for your Galaxy S7 edge.

Excellent feel

Caseology Wavelength

Caseology makes some of the best phone cases money can buy. The Wavelength comprises a TPU rubber bumper shell with a hard plastic rim, which holds everything in place. The textured "wave" pattern on the back provides superb grip, and this case feels fantastic in the hand.

$13 at Amazon

Solid protection

Spigen Tough Armor

Spigen is a trusted case maker, and its Tough Armor is a reliable dual-layer affair with a flexible rubber bumper case and a hard plastic outer shell, offering shock absorption and drop protection. It comes in three colors and has a built-in kickstand on the back.

$15 at Amazon

Ol' reliable

OtterBox Symmetry

OtterBox has been one of the top names in phone protection since the early days of the smartphone, and the Symmetry is a great blend of heavy-duty protection and a slim profile. It's not super thin, but it's thinner than many "rugged" cases.

$13 at Amazon

Crystal clear

Spigen Ultra Hybrid

This TPU rubber case is slim and leaves your S7 edge's sleek design visible. Its matte finish provides a good grip, and the button covers are raised, offering great feedback. Each corner has space for an "air cushion" to offer shock absorption, and this case meets military drop test standards.

$12 at Amazon

Sophisticated wallet

WenBelle faux-leather wallet

This two-tone wallet case features a simple folio design with accented stitching, with an inner bumper to protect your S7 edge, along with three card slots and a cash pocket, so you don't have to carry around your wallet. There are two colors to choose from.

$12 at Amazon

Heavy duty

Supcase Unicorn Beetle Pro

Supcase's Unicorn Beetle Pro is one of the best rugged cases money can buy, with its two-layer design, great color options, relatively non-bulky profile, and great feel. It comes with a built-in screen protector and is perfect for folks who need extra protection on a daily basis.

$16 and up at Amazon

Sleek and refined

Obliq Flex Pro

These TPU cases have a faux-leather back with a metal accent at the bottom, making them look very much like an important briefcase or a cool leather jacket — they look grown-up and elegant. If you're looking for sophistication in a fairly slim package, along with decent protection, then this is the case for you.

$20 at Amazon

Cards and colors

Arae folio case

If you want a wallet case but prefer not to have one of the more boring faux-leather options, then Arae has the folio-style cases you're looking for. They come in eight colors and have room for four cards and some cash.

$13 at Amazon

One-piece protection

JETech protective cover

If you want a no-frills one-piece case, then check out JETech's offering, which is a slim TPU rubber bumper with some texture on the sides for extra grip. There are three color options, and the corners are reinforced to protect your S7 edge where it's most vulnerable.

$12 at Amazon

Straightforward wallet

Abacus24-7 flip cover wallet

This case is a simple wallet with a magnetic closure. Your S7 edge is protected in an inner TPU bumper, and there's room for three cards and a pocket for cash. There are three colors to choose from at $11 apiece.

$11 at Amazon

Shiny and durable

Clayco Hera

Clayco's Hera Series cases have a flexible TPU inner shell and side with a hard plastic back that has a geometric pattern on it for grip. There are four great color options and each case has a built-in screen protector.

$23 at Amazon

Purse replacement

FYY wallet case with mirror

If you want to ditch your purse entirely, then this is the case you want. It has a cosmetic mirror on the inside cover and comes in a ton of colors and patterns. It also features a lanyard, making it essentially a clutch that also protects your phone.

$16 at Amazon

If you're still rockin' an S7 edge, then keep it going even longer by protecting its outsides. A quality case can save you from not only a cracked screen but a shattered glass back as well. For a simple case that gets the job done well without much bulk, I'd go with the Caseology Wavelength; Caseology's cases have yet to do me wrong in the three years I've been using them.

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