Best Samsung Galaxy S4 cases

As S4 launch day approaches, we take a look at some of the best ways to protect it in style

Samsung S-View cover

£45 expansys.com

Samsung's S-View cover is essentially the standard flip cover with a cut-out window on the front which displays time, battery life and message notifications, saving you from unlocking the S4's screen. Useful for quick glances and could help eek out a little extra battery life to boot.

Read our in depth Samsung Galaxy S4 review

Galaxy S4 OtterBox Defender case

US$50 otterbox.com

OtterBox is famed for its rugged cases and the Galaxy S4 Defender is no exception. Featuring a multi-layer protective shell, the Defender will protect your precious handset from drops, bumps and scratches, while port covers keep pesky drizzle and dust at bay. The screen protector is built into the case itself and there's also a belt holster which doubles up as a kickstand. Bulky, but functional.

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Spigen Galaxy S4 case slim armor

£15 amazon.co.uk

Those of you who don't fancy bulking out your S4 in Batman armour might want the slimmer protection offered by Spigen's svelte offering which provides rear drop protection and a lip for placing the S4 screen-down without fear of scratching its display. Should easily slip into your pocket too, though we can't speak for skinny jeans.

Proporta Barbour Galaxy S4 quilted case

£40 proporta.co.uk

The style-conscious among you should consider draping the Galaxy S4 in Proporta's Barbour quilted case which features a magnetic clasp closure system as well as a handy card slot. Flat cap and green wellies not included.

Griffin Midtown Wallet case

US$45 store.griffintechnology.com

Best Samsung Galaxy S4 cases - Griffin Midtown Wallet case 2

Griffin's wallet case is a bifold wallet which wraps around the Galaxy S4 offering dual-sided protection. An ID/bank card slot and a separate bill pocket will have your wallet worried while it's classy black looks should match your tailored suit perfectly.

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