I am thinking of buying a phone case for when the S22 releases, however I am unsure from which manufacturer should I buy said case. I am looking for a lightweight, slim, silicone-esque, protective back case, where I do not have to use a screen protector to worry about micro-scratches (possibly achieved by having a bumper around the edges); so which company is the best in this aspect? I have sticked with Spigen/Samsung for years and they have not let me down, but I am still open to new companies. The phone case manufacturers that I do know include;
- JETech (are they good? I have never tried them before, but they look good and have positive stuff about them)
Tech21 do some nice cases. Their cases are antimicrobial as well. Ringke I like to use as well Thing is, I have used cheaper cases and they tend to be like more expensive ones. Just without the big brand name. Personally I'd stay clear of the cases with a built-in screen protector. Aside from non of them really work very well with a touch screen. Dust etc gets inside still, and as what happened with my phones. They got scratches
Personally I'd still use a screen protector, partly as I'm not too careful with my phones, but no matter how I baby them. Mine still seem to get scratches
Spigen Rugged Armor. With a soft (not glass because I've had nothing but trouble with the curved edges) screen protector. G-color wet applied. I've got a SOKE case for my Tab S7 because it has a pen holder.
Casetify are quite good. BingCases is also a great case brand. They have protective cases but also very nice ones. They also have cases u can customise. I have one of their music player customisable cases on my phone.