The Galaxy Note 20 line is here and, just as you’d expect from Samsung, it’s packed to the gills with features and top-of-the-line specs.
A gorgeous slab of glass and metal encases a ruddy massive FHD+ display (capable of running at a buttery smooth 120Hz, a powerful Exynos 990 processor, 8GB RAM, a beasty battery for all day life, huge camera array (featuring that stunning 108MP shooter on the Ultra) and let’s not forget the Note’s showpiece – a smart stylus for all that note taking on the go.
Take a look at our hands on and you’ll see it’s a flagship you will love...that is until you drop it without a case on. Nobody deserves that heartbreak, so you absolutely need a cover!
Let us help with some recommendations. Here are the best cases for the Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra.
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Start with a screen protector
Cases are great for protecting the back of your phone, and with the raised lip around the edges of the front, they do reduce scratches when placed face-down! But nothing protects a screen more than a (yep, you guessed it) screen protector.
There are plenty of options, but a lot do limit the beauty of the display, which is why I’d recommend Zagg’s Ultra VisionGuard+.
GEAR4 Battersea (£34.99)
With top drop protection thanks to the D3O reinforced backplate and frame, combined with a thin profile barely adding any extra width to the phone, GEAR4’s Battersea case is always a great go-to option for a premium-feeling case with enough strength to last.
Samsung Kvadrat Cover (£29)
Add a dash of style and texture to your phone with Kvadrat – made using their trademark innovative eco-friendly material. Available in a range of colours that pair perfectly with the shades of phone available.
Urban Armor Gear Monarch Case (£38.40)
Rugged, lightweight, slim and completely shockproof. This beasty case provides military grade levels of drop protection (thanks to its honeycomb design) in a handcrafted construction. If this look is your thing, it will last you a long time!
Caseology Parallax Geometric 3D Pattern Case (£11.99)
One of the benefits nobody really tells you about cases is the feel of them. Unique patterns feel great to the touch, which when paired with decent protection and a dirt-cheap price makes the Caseology Parallax case a surefire winner.