Samsung Galaxy S9 - All OtterBox cases: Defender vs Commuter vs Symmetry vs Strada Comparison. - Galaxy User Guide

What is going on guys, my name is Wade with tech daily and in this video we are checking out the complete lineup of OtterBox cases for the Galaxy s 9 I, always like to make a video about OtterBox products because there are still some of the most popular cases on the market and especially since the s9 is covered in glass from front to back. Otterbox is best known for making some changes to the Defender Series over the last few years, about which I'll speak next, but this is essentially the thickest and most rugged type of case. For maximum drop protection, you can get a Defender Series OtterBox which still throws a belt clip in a package that is nice of them and quite the fashion statement.

That's stiff while also providing some cushion on the inside for some impact protection and the plastic housing in cases the entire foam, from top to bottom, from edge to edge and sort of clamps around the entire phone. The outer layer is a thick and flexible rubber material that stretches the entire perimeter of the phone and you have to push the edges into place there. The Defender Series covers every inch of the phone, including all buttons on the sides and you even have flaps over the ports on the bottom to help tackle dust and debris. The biggest change OtterBox made over the last couple of years with the Defender Series was elimination of front screen protectors.

So technically the front glass of the phone is exposed to the elements, but it is not necessarily a big deal, because the case is compatible with tempered glass screen protectors and the case itself is also completely raised along the edge. The Bear in Mind: You won't be getting that anymore with these OtterBox Commuter Series and in a lot of ways this is actually pretty similar to the Defender, but it's a little slimmer and a little less bulky. The commuter series is a two-piece case with the outside layer being a rigid plastic housing for some structure and the inside layer is once again this very thick, but flexible rubber material.

The phone sits nice and snug inside the rubber portion and the outside plastic shell kind of clamps around and holds all of it into place as I mentioned. This case is a little slimmer than the defender but offers a similar amount of edge protection, with the buttons covered on the sides and similar flaps on the bottom. A nice raised edge for the port to prevent dust from getting into it also gets you. All the way around to keep the foam screen off flat surfaces and I would say that the biggest advantages this case has would be its sleek profile and ease of use, getting it off the device compared to the defender, which is quite the process to install and remove from the phone.

So, if you're looking for something much simpler and perhaps you want to show off that new Lilac purple colour, the OtterBox symmetry series in Klehr is a pretty good option. This case is even thinner than the Commuter and is clearly clear:... it leans more towards solid plastic than TPU or rubber. In my opinion, the symmetry series is a single piece case and easily pops off and on the phone, which is nice and as I have mentioned. While it does smudge a little bit, I think that it fares a lot better than some other cases that can look really gross after handling the phone. There are no port covers on this case so everything is easily accessible but has that important, complete edge to protect the display.

OtterBox offers the leather series strata folio to fill this need if you are in the market for a fancy and functional case. The cover has metal latch to keep it secure, and the inside cover allows you to keep a credit card, cash or maybe ID so that you avoid carrying your entire wallet around the portion that houses the phone is a TPU type case that covers all corners and edges while still giving you easy access to the ports on the bottom. The prices are pretty steep, but I've always felt that if you spend seven or eight hundred dollars on a phone, you can spend the 30 or 40 bucks on a respected name brand case that will protect it virtually every fall and spill..

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