Best Leather Cases for Galaxy S20 Ultra in 2022

Galaxy S20 Ultra Grey
Galaxy S20 Ultra Grey (Image credit: Andrew Martonik / Android Central)

The Galaxy S20 Ultra is a premium phone in just about every regard. It has a colossal AMOLED display with a buttery smooth 120Hz refresh rate, powerful camera system with zooming capabilities up to 100x, and a giant 5,000 mAh — just to name a few of the highlights. If you want to make your experience of using the phone just a little bit nicer, it's worth picking up a leather case. Not only will this ensure protection for the S20 Ultra during daily use, but it'll also make sure it looks good while doing so.

Fancy cases for a fancy phone

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You need a great case for this huge, expensive phone, so why not go for leather? Leather cases are a wonderful indulgence to give your phone an extra classy look and feel while also adding useful functionality. If you have a Galaxy S20 Ultra, the leather case we recommend picking up is the Samsung Leather Cover. Since the case is made by Samsung itself, you can buy it with confidence knowing it'll fit your S20 Ultra perfectly. Add that together with the genuine leather, aluminum buttons, microfiber lining, and abundance of colors, and you're in for a treat.

Speaking of genuine leather, another case we'd happily recommend is the Snakehive Genuine Leather Wallet. Snakehive's leather is simply outstanding, and the longer you use it, it ages like a fine wine. There's also a lot to be said for the functionality of the case, as it can hold up to three credit cards, loose cash, and props your phone up with its kickstand feature.

Finally, if you're trying to keep things as simple and affordable as possible, go with the Olixar Faux Leather Flip Cover. It's wonderfully cheap, holds up to two credit cards, and comes with a two-year warranty.

Joe Maring

Joe Maring was a Senior Editor for Android Central between 2017 and 2021. You can reach him on Twitter at @JoeMaring1.