The Samsung Galaxy S20 series is here. The company unveiled its three latest flagships at Unpacked in February, and they're out now everywhere.
The S20 Ultra is the largest and most expensive of the trio, starting at £1199/$1399 - read our review of the Ultra to find out if it's worth it.
In return you get a mammoth 6.9in AMOLED panel with 120Hz refresh rate, 108Mp camera with 100x space zoom and huge 5000mAh battery.
As with most flagships, the S20 Ultra's all-glass design makes it vulnerable to damage. You'll want to get a case to protect it, and the good news is that are already some great cases on the market. Here's our top picks.
Disclaimer: We haven't been able to test these cases yet, but can easily recommend them based on strong previous performance.
1. Spigen Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Neo Hybrid case
Spigen are a regular fixture in our case round-ups, and with good reason. The Neo Hybrid strikes a good balance between looking good and providing complete protection for your device.
Unlike most cases, it is split into two pieces, meaning the phone is not left unnecessarily exposed to damage.
The raised lips mean the stunning 6.9in screen should also be sufficiently protected from drops, but if you'd like all-around protection the case is still compatible with most screen protectors.
This doesn't quite have the heavy-duty feel of the Rugged Armor, but is an ideal option for everyday use.
2. Otterbox Galaxy S20 Ultra Symmetry Series Case
Another regular fixture in our case round-ups, Otterbox's Symmetry range provides everything most people are looking for in a case.
Otterbox has refined the design of the Symmetry series, with the latest versions being the thinnest ever. That doesn't mean it compromises on protection though, having been specifically
The case is currently available in either a standard Black or more eye-catching Sapphire Secret Blue (pictured).
3. ESR Galaxy S20 Ultra Metal Kickstand Case
Perhaps understandable given the name, the headlining feature of ESR's case is the built-in kickstand on the back of the phone.
Unlike the vast majority of similar cases, it is made out of metal, which should mean it is much more durable than plastic equivalents. It also supports both vertical and horizontal viewing angles.
Besides that, this case has all the protection you'd expect from an ESR products, with soft TPU and raised edges on the screen and camera module.
4. Noreve Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Leather Case
Noreve is renowned for its luxury cases, so it could be the perfect companion for the S20 Ultra.
The high-quality leather folio ensures you have complete device protection without compromising on style. Precise cut outs ensure all physical buttons and cutouts remain available.
The way the case is designed also means the sizeable rear camera bump is nowhere near as big an issue.
As with many Noreve cases, there are a whole host of customisation options, including 12 colours, extra attachments and rear card slots.
5. Tech 21 Studio Design for Galaxy S20 Ultra
Tech 21's Studio Design case stands out in more ways than one.
A unique patterned design and some unusual colour options shouldn't detract you from its main function - excellent protection without adding bulk.
Tech 21 claim that this case will protect your phone from drops up to 8 feet, and based on past performance we have no reason to doubt them.
There's also microbe-fighting protection built-in to the case, which is particularly important considering people take their phones nearly everywhere.
Tech 21 also has an eye on the environment, with the Studio Design made from plant-based materials.
6. Totallee Thin Galaxy S20 Ultra Case
Totallee's case aims to add as little bulk as possible to your your S20 Ultra, whilst ensuring that it is still well protected. At just 0.02" thin and 0.1oz in weight, it's among the lightest cases we've ever tested.
The black model pictured is typically understated, maintaining the design of the phone while adding some much-needed grip.
Totallee are also great at ensuring there's no additional branding on its cases, so the back of the phone is completely clear with the exception of the camera module.
The company also offers a money back guarantee, so you can get a full refund within the first 30 days.
You can pre-order it for US$35, which translates to around £28.09, ahead of shipping on 6 March.
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