Buying a wallet case for your phone lets you completely reconsider what you actually need to carry on a daily basis. With a phone as capable as the Galaxy S10, pairing it with a wallet case means you really only need to carry your ID if you can otherwise rely on using Google Pay or Samsung Pay for most purchases. Picking the right wallet case will depend on your lifestyle and personal needs, but these are the best brands and styles you should consider.
Carry all your cards
The Case-Mate is the case you want for your Galaxy S10 if you want to add a fully-featured wallet to your phone. You get four card slots (including a dedicated ID card slot) along with a cash pocket, and it's all made from genuine pebbled leather. It also folds over into a stand for watching media, which is always handy.
Designed by Samsung
Samsung offers a multifunctional wallet case that features handy LED notifications on the screen cover and a card slot on the inside. Your Galaxy S10 is held in place and protected by a slim shell casing while the exterior has a fabric finish that looks and feels great. It's a premium case designed for a premium phone.
You don't have to pay a ton to get a decent wallet case. This Maxboost case provides three credit card slots, a money pocket, and the cover doubles as a kickstand. It's made of synthetic leather and has an elegant look to it.
Elegant and slim
This slim wallet case features a back panel that houses two slots that can be used to hold money, credit cards, or your ID. Butterflies and flowers are embossed on the backside, and the flap doubles as a kickstand. You can choose between four different colors.
Wallet cases are always a great choice, but especially when they're made with care using genuine leather buy a brand like Snakehive. You'll feel the difference when you invest in a premium case for your S10 versus settling for a cheaper option. You can also get the case in colors to match or complement the color of your new phone.
Hidden card trick
Spigen's wallet case looks just like any other generic rugged case — except there's a hidden card slot in the back that can hold two cards. This is a better option if you don't really like the form factor of a folio wallet case, but still want the outstanding protection for your phone with a pocket-friendly design.
Made with soft synthetic leather, the Goospery Blue Moon Diary budget wallet case offers everything you'd want from a folio. You get three card slots on the inside, a pocket for cash or receipts, and a magnetic clasp to keep it all secure when closed. It's available in three color styles for an excellent price.
A rugged case with card slots
Encased offers an interesting solution for carrying your most important cards on your phone. From the front, it's a pretty standard phone case that offers dual-layered protection, but on the back, you get a built-in card holder that gives you quick access to your cards.f
Cut down your pocket carry with a wallet case
The Galaxy S10 is a great phone that you'll definitely want to protect with a case, but why not go one step further and add some extra functionality to your phone with a wallet case? Keeping all your cards and cash all in one place with your phone just makes sense whether you're keeping it in your back pocket or your personal bag.
With something like the Case-Mate Folio Wallet (opens in new tab), you get an all-in-one solution that looks fabulous and is made with genuine leather. If you'd rather a more discrete case there are options like the Spigen Slim Armor CS (opens in new tab) that look more like a traditional case with your valuable cards kept hidden.
Lastly, Samsung's LED Cover Wallet (opens in new tab) is another great option and it's come down in price since the S10's launch. You only get one slot for your cards and cash, but with Samsung and/or Google Pay available most places that might not be such a dealbreaker.
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