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Accessories Case Review: I-Blason

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Money_Mark, Apr 11, 2016.

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    This is the first case I've purchased for my S7-Edge (I average about 3 cases over the life of owning a phone). I purchased from Amazon for only $12! http://www.amazon.com/Scratch-Resis...01BLHLDI8/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8

    The short version, I'm very happy with the case. The TPU rubber bumpers give the phone good grip and are a big upgrade over the slippery feeling of the naked phone. That is my #1 favorite feature.

    The long version, the S7 Edge is a beautiful phone and to have it covered up is a shame (IMO). This is definitely a minimalist case that does it's best to show off the phone. The back of the case is hard clear shiny plastic and allows full view the phones back panel. When placed on it's back, the clear plastic cover raises the phone so that the camera will not be scratched. The plastic back panel fits flush with the TPU bumper and does not give the phone a "fat lip" look on the backside of the bumper. To counter scracthes on the back panel, i-Blason has added a very slight rasied edge on each corner to keep that shiny back from getting scratched.

    On the front, the bumper wraps the phone very snug. IMO, it snugs up to the phone better than my wifes similiar case from Caseology (which seems to be loose on the sides of the phone). The cutouts are precise and align well. I can plug in the OEM charging cord or a generic micro-usb charger with a large plug and they both fit nicely.

    My only negative (and I'm being picky), is that the area that covers the buttons is very small, almost brail like. You know their there, but you have to feel for them a bit. However, some TPU covers have these huge button covers and they became too hard to push. With the i-blaison, the buttons respond very quickly are are not hard to push, just very small, that is all.

    Do I think this case will protect my phone from 10-foot drops, probably not. But it will protect from normal drops off the table, out of your hand, oe getting out your car. Again, this is a minimalist case, and a beautiful one at that. The price point is awesome and beats some of the spigen cases IMO. I would love to share pics with you, but the website isnt letting me download, so this review will have to do.

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Samsung Galaxy S7

The Samsung Galaxy S7 was launched in 2016 and was one of two devices in the lineup. The device features a 5.1-inch display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and a 12MP rear camera.

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