Trending December 2023 # 10 Best Google Pixel 4A Cases You Can Buy # Suggested January 2024 # Top 14 Popular

You are reading the article 10 Best Google Pixel 4A Cases You Can Buy updated in December 2023 on the website We hope that the information we have shared is helpful to you. If you find the content interesting and meaningful, please share it with your friends and continue to follow and support us for the latest updates. Suggested January 2024 10 Best Google Pixel 4A Cases You Can Buy

After making us wait for a long time, Google finally released its mid-ranger phone; Google Pixel 4a. And from all the reports, it’s an excellent phone. Its cameras can go head-to-head with thousand dollars flagships. The only drawback of this phone is that it comes with a plastic body that scuffs easily. So, if you are thinking of ordering, or have already ordered the Pixel 4a, you should invest in a good case. To make things easier for our readers, we have curated the list of 10 best Google Pixel 4a cases that you can buy right now.

Best Google Pixel 4a Cases You Can Buy (2023)

In the article, we have mentioned a variety of cases for Google Pixel 4a. Whether you want clear cases, extra protective cases, cool cases, wallet cases, or anything else, you will find an option here.

1. Pixel 4a Case by Google

One of my favorite cases of all time is the simple knitted cases made by Google. Not only these cases are durable, but they also offer a unique design language that I love. Unsurprisingly, Google has released theses cases for Pixel 4a and they look fabulous.

Buy from Amazon: $40 

Buy from Flipkart India: ₹2,599

2. Thinkart Google Pixel 4a Case

If you are looking for a budget case option that doesn’t compromise on the quality, check out the Thinkart Google Pixel 4a Case. Made using high-quality polymer, this is a softshell case that is easy to apply and remove. Despite being thin, it provides ample protection, thanks to the reinforced bumper that soaks up much of the impact.

The case itself is grippy, allowing you to keep the phone firmly secure in your hands. The best part is that it comes with two free screen-protectors. The Pixel 4a comes with Gorilla Glass 3 at the front, which is quite a few years old now, and is more susceptible to damage and scratches. The inclusion of a screen protector ensures that you are giving 360-degree protection to your device.

Buy from Amazon: $9.99

3. DiMiK Soft Silicone Matte Finish Case

The case adds no noticeable heft to the device and feels light in hand. It also adds extra grip to the device. The flexibility of the case makes it easy to apply and remove. The case also features a raised lip around the display, thereby providing extra protection. It might not be the case for people who want extreme protection, but good for everyone else.

Buy from Amazon: $8.99

4. Spigen Ultra Hybrid Designed for Google Pixel 4a

Spigen makes some of the best cases for smartphones, and its ultra hybrid design is one of my favorites. The hybrid design ensures that the case is easy to remove and apply while providing extra protection at the same time. Spigen does this by adding a flexible bumper around a durable poly-carbonate hardback.

This is also a clear case which means you will be able to show off your brand new Pixel 4a. The case also brings raised lips around camera bump and the display, thereby providing extra protection to lenses and the display. If you want a crystal clear transparent case with enhanced protection, this is the one to get.

Buy from Amazon: $11.99

5. Caseology Vault for Google Pixel 4a Case

While the above-mentioned cases bring ample protection, they are not for users who want extreme protection. For them, I recommend the Caseology Vault case. Like Spigen, Caseology is a respected brand in the accessory industry and I love their products. The vault is a heavy-duty yet light case for Pixel 4a that can handle a few feet of drops with ease.

Buy from Amazon: $12.99

6. anccer Ultra-Thin Cases for Google Pixel 4a

If you detest cases and cannot use them even if you want to, you should try out the ultra-thin cases by anccer. While this case can’t protect your phone against medium to heavy impacts, it can keep the scuffs and scratches at bay. Using this case is like applying a skin, only it offers way more protection and is easier to apply and remove.

The case is just 0.3mm thick. You won’t even feel it on your device. The case is available in several different colors and you can choose the one that suits your style. I love this case and recommend it to anyone who is looking for an ultra-thin case.

7. TGOOD Full Body Shockproof Rugged Case

If you want to provide 360-degree protection to your brand new Pixel 4a and don’t care about the bulk of the case, this might be the one for you. The case has a two-layer construction that helps distribute the impact of shock waves and provide extra protection.

The outer layer is made of hard polycarbonate material that keeps the phone intact in case of extreme contact. The inner layer uses soft TPU material that prevents scratches and scuffs. Finally, the marble-patterned back cover design protects your phone without losing a sense of fashion.

Buy from Amazon: $12.99

8. nlxl Pixel 4a Case

Another good thing about this case is that it comes with two free screen protectors, allowing you to protect not only the body of your phone but also the display. This is also the cheapest case on this list, so price-conscious consumers will certainly enjoy this one.

Buy from Amazon: $6.09

9. Wallet Case Compatible with Google Pixel 4a

If you prefer to use a wallet case for all-around protection, this wallet case for Pixel 4a from Fabric Faux is a great option. Available in several colors, the fabric material of the case brings a unique look and feel. Since it’s a wallet case, apart from providing protection, it also allows you to carry a couple of credit cards and cash.

You can also use the case as a kickstand to easily watch videos in landscape hands-free. Apart from the fabric, the case also uses faux leather material that gives the case a premium look-and-feel. It also features a magnetic snap cover that ensures that the wallet case is always closed and doesn’t flap around in your bag.

Buy from Amazon: $11.99

10. ESR Metal Kickstand Case

The final case on this list is from ESR which is also a well know case brand. If you love the kickstand usage of a wallet case but don’t like the bulk that comes with it, the ESR metal kickstand case will help you out. This is just like any other slim TPU case that brings ample protection.

Buy from Amazon: $18.99

Best Pixel 4a Cases for India 1. Case-Mate Back Cover for Google Pixel 4a

The case-mate back cover for the Google Pixel 4a is one of the finest Google Pixel 4a that you can buy in India. The case looks modern and sports a glitter design that makes it look funky. It brings 10-feet drop protection, which means your Pixel 4a is protected well. Whether you drop your phone from your table or while talking, the case will protect it.

I also love that it has a built-in antimicrobial protection that keeps the case clean of microbes (don’t forget to check out our list of best phone screen disinfectants). Yes, the case is a bit costly, but it justifies its price by bringing good design, extra protection, and anti-microbial coating.

Case-Mate also offers a clear case for Pixel 4a that brings all the same features at the same price. It’s a good option for people who don’t like the glitter pattern.

2. TweakyMod Designer Hard Case for Pixel 4a

If you are into designer cases, you will love this printed hard case for Pixel 4a from TweakyMod. The case is easy to install and take off and brings ample protection without adding a ton of bulk. It can easily handle some minor drops and prevents scratches and scuffs resulting from daily use of the phone.

The case is available in several prints featuring characters from the Marvel universe. My favorite is the red spider-man case as it’s eye-catchy. But you don’t have to buy the same. You can choose between Wolverine, Iron Man, Black Widow, and most of the other major Marvel characters.

Buy from Amazon: ₹279

Protect Your Google Pixel 4a with These Cases

That ends our article, and I hope you were able to find the perfect case for your Google Pixel 4a. As I mentioned before, whether you want a clear case, designer case, protective case, or anything else, you can find one that will meet your needs. Check out the list and let us know which case you decided to buy and why.

You're reading 10 Best Google Pixel 4A Cases You Can Buy

The Best Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra Cases You Can Buy

Eric Zeman / Android Authority

The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra might be newer, but the Galaxy S22 Ultra is still one of the best phones on the market. It’s a powerhouse and the Note replacement many fans had been waiting for for years. It’s a big, expensive phone, so while you wait to get your hands on one, you can get a head start on keeping it safe with a protective case or cover. The good news here is that you have a lot of options, from slim and light cases to rugged and wallet cases. To help you pick the right case for you, here at Android Authority we’ve tested and selected the best Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra cases you can currently buy.

Best Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra thin cases

Spigen Thin Fit


Thin and lightweight

Attractive, form-fitting design

Only comes in black

Limited drop protection


If you want a simple, thin Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra case, you can’t go wrong with this Spigen case. It’s a basic TPU case that comes in a single, black color. But a recent re-design brings extras like Air Cushion technology for extra corner protection, covered buttons, and a raised lip around the display. Even then, it’s not the most protective case you can get and not the best option if you’re clumsy. If you’re looking for something with more grip, the also thin Spigen Liquid Air is the way to go.

Ringke Fusion-X


Thin and lightweight

Built-in strap holes

Great protection


The Fusion-X is slightly outside the realm of a “normal” looking Galaxy S22 Ultra case, but this option from Ringke checks a lot of boxes. First of all, it’s thin and lightweight, which is why it’s in this category. However, an exaggerated TPU bumper with extra corner reinforcement makes it very protective. But what really won us over is the inclusion of holes in the sides of the case for a phone strap or lanyard. It’s not a huge deal, but it’s the small things that count. You won’t find this feature in many other cases outside of Ringke’s offerings, and it’s extremely handy for those of us who are clumsy.

Caseology Nano Pop


Flashy design

Relatively thin and light

Decent protection

Several styles and colors are available

The Caseology Nano Pop comes with a two-tone design that looks great, with the pop of color and variety of colorways a welcome change from the sea of boring, black cases. The case is protective without being too bulky, and a soft touch finish ensures that the phone won’t slip out of your hand. The Black Sesame option with a gray “pop” is for anyone who doesn’t want to go too flashy, but the Blueberry Navy, pictured above, is a personal favorite. Caseology also introduced a new AvoGreen color to further spice things up.

Speck Presidio2 Grip


Added grip

Thin and light

13ft drop protection

Anti-microbial layer

The Speck Presidio2 Grip offers excellent protection for a thin case. Giving it the “Grip” moniker are the raised ridges on the back that add to the grip. It’s built differently from before, though. It appears to be from a single mold this time so the ridges are soft-touch plastic, instead of rubber. It doesn’t make a huge difference to the grip, but I preferred the comfort of the rubber from before. Extra corner protection, a raised lip around the display, and an anti-microbial layer round out the solid case.

Samsung Silicone case


Color options to match your phone

Thin and light

Decent protection


Anyone who is a fan of Samsung’s accessories will be happy that there’s a thin silicone case available. It’s a pretty basic case overall but provides everything you’d want from a simple thin case. A soft-touch matte finish feels great and isn’t slippery and there’s a slightly raised lip at the top and bottom of the display. You can get colors to match that of your phone as well, or pick a brand new color if you weren’t able to get the original colorway you wanted when you bought your S22 Ultra.

Best Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra clear cases

Spigen Ultra Hybrid


Relatively thin

Excellent build quality

Decent protection

May yellow over time

Gets dirty easily


Spigen once again makes our list of the best Galaxy S22 Ultra cases, this time with a clear option that shows off the phone’s design. The Ultra Hybrid combines a polycarbonate backing and a TPU bumper, which gives it solid drop protection without adding too much weight. If you want something a little lighter, Spigen also makes a Liquid Crystal case that’s a simple TPU case. Both, however, are fingerprint magnets, especially if you have naturally oily fingers as I do. Clear cases are generally more difficult to keep clean than other types of cases and might yellow over time if you don’t take care of them. You have been warned.

Ringke Fusion

Built-in strap/lanyard holes

Very affordable

Several styles available

Ample protection

There aren’t a lot of differences between this and the option above, although we found that this one was slightly softer to the touch and easier to install. The standard clear version also suffers from fingerprint problems, but there are matte versions that largely solve this issue. Plus, it comes with the lanyard holes found on other Ringke cases, which most other manufacturers neglect.

ESR Metal Kickstand case


Sturdy kickstand

Crystal clear finish

Heavier than alternatives

ESR makes a couple of excellent Galaxy S22 Ultra clear cases, but our favorite is the Metal Kickstand case. As you might guess, it has a built-in kickstand that’s sturdy enough to support the considerable weight of the S22 Ultra in both landscape and portrait orientation. Most kickstands found on cases are too flimsy to be useful, and they’re already rare on clear cases, to begin with. Spigen has a clear case with a metal kickstand as well, called the Ultra Hybrid S, but I like the bigger, sturdier kickstand of the ESR more. ESR’s other clear case is Project Zero, which is a no-frills thin TPU case.

Caseology Skyfall


Thin but good protection

Different colors available

May yellow over time

Plenty of grip

The Caseology Skyfall takes elements of the Spigen Ultra Hybrid and makes it even better. I found the Skyfall to have a slightly softer touch that added to the grip, and it was also easier to install. A textured addition on the sides adds to the grip as well, so I wasn’t worried about this phone slipping out of my hands. The camera also has a slightly raised lip around it. The clear version is why it’s on this section of the list, but you can also get the translucent black and rose gold colors for an extra touch of interest.

Speck Presidio Perfect-Clear


Thin and light

13ft drop protection

Anti-microbial layer


Like the Presidio2 Grip, you get 13ft of drop protection with Speck’s clear case as well. The Perfectly-Clear is exactly that and lets you show off the phone’s design. It otherwise has the build has the Spigen, Ringke, and Caseology cases in this section. But with a few extras like an anti-microbial layer and coating to reduce yellowing over time. It’s still a bit of a fingerprint magnet and I had to wipe it down often to keep it clean.

Otterbox Symmetry


Big and bulky

Excellent protection

May yellow over time

Very expensive

Rugged cases are big, bulky, and completely change the look of the phone. The Otterbox Symmetry is two for three and lets you show off the phone’s design with its clear build. It’s not as big and bulky as Otterbox’s more protective cases, but it’s definitely thicker than other clear cases on this list. It’s also quite a bit more expensive.

Best Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra wallet cases

Spigen Slim Armor CS


Non-traditional wallet design

The rear card slot can hold up to three cards

Solid protection

Good fit

The Spigen Slim Armor CS skips the traditional wallet case design for a more modern cardholder case style, but you can still carry three cards or some cash. It’s also thin, but protective, with Spigen staples like Air Cushion technology ensuring that it’ll survive a bump or drop. Spigen says that the rear card slot can hold up to three cards. It’s definitely a squeeze with more than two though, especially if the cards are embossed. The “door” of the card slot isn’t easy to open and the mechanism isn’t very smooth, which is a little disappointing.

TUCCH wallet

Good-looking faux leather

Folio cover doubles as a kickstand

Four card slots and a cash pocket

Plenty of color options

RFID blocking

The ever-popular TUCCH wallet case comes with a classic wallet phone case design. The case is made with premium PU leather that looks stylish and feels great. The folio cover doubles as a kickstand and also comes with an additional layer for RFID blocking for your cards. The case comes with four card slots and a large pocket for cash, but packing it too much makes it a little thicker than I would like to slip into a pocket. I didn’t have any problems closing the magnetic clasp even with all the card slots filled, though. There are plenty of color options to choose from as well, but the classic black looks the part of a stylish leather wallet case.

Torro wallet



Folio cover folds into a kickstand

Three card slots and a cash pocket

Allows wireless charging

The Torro case goes into genuine leather territory with its expensive wallet folio case. It’s a pricey buy but the feeling of holding this case is completely different and I wish was able to get the same feel with a non-wallet thin case. You can leave your wallet behind and pack this case with three cards and some cash.

Smartish Wallet Slayer


Non-traditional design

Customizable designs available

Thick and bulky

Covered buttons

The Smartish Wallet Slayer has a cardholder on the back with room for three cards and some folded cash if you can squeeze it in. Unlike the Spigen and VRS Design cases, there aren’t any sliding or hidden doors here. Simply push the cards through the open section and take out the one you want. I was surprised by how much thicker and bulkier the case was compared to what its pictures suggest. The thickness isn’t bad though, making it more protective than a lot of cases on this list. There are many designs available, including the option to upload your own custom design.

Blackbrook wallet


2-in-1 case

Four card slots and a cash pocket

Folio cover doubles as a kickstand


I mentioned with the Torro case that I would have liked to enjoy the same genuine leather feel with a standard thin case. Well, the Blackbrook wallet gives you exactly that. It’s a traditional wallet case with a folio cover and beautiful natural leather. However, you can also snap off the “phone holder” inside, and you’ll get the same leather finish on the back of it as well. You can also pack more into this wallet case when using it as one, with four card slots and a cash pocket.

VRS Design Damda Glide Pro


Excellent sliding door mechanism

Big and bulky

Very protective

The VRS Design Damda Pro Glide (yes, that name is a handful) is another wallet case that skips a folio design for a cardholder on the back. Of the cases with sliding doors, the implementation on this case is my favorite. It’s semi-automatic, so you aren’t struggling to open it. It also has more room, and I could comfortably fit four cards, even embossed ones, into the compartment. It has the look and protection of a rugged case as well but is a little too thick for my liking.

Read also: The best wallet phone cases

Complete all-around protection

Thick and bulky

Comes with a belt clip holster

Port covers keep out dust and debris

Otterbox is the go-to case brand for rugged cases, and the Defender is one of the best options from the case maker. I’m not a fan of how thick and bulky the case is, but there’s no denying that it’s made to take a beating. The case also comes with a belt clip holster that doubles as a kickstand. It’s not the best kickstand implementation I’ve seen and the plastic isn’t very sturdy, but it works. There are a few color options available with the Defender as well.

UAG Monarch

Very protective but feather-light

Stylish design


Difficult to remove

The Monarch is one of the best cases you can get from UAG and cranks the protection up to 11. At first glance, the Monarch looks the part of an ultra-rugged case, with its five layers of material, reinforced corners, grippy sides, and a raised back. But I was impressed by how light the case is despite what its looks would suggest. Even though it’s quite thick, you can still use NFC payments or wirelessly charge the phone without taking the case off. Different options add a splash of color to the phone as well.

Spigen Tough Armor


Tough, but not too thick

Military-grade protection

Compatible with wireless chargers

Weak kickstand

For a nice middle ground between protection and weight, this Spigen case offers plenty of hybrid protection. You’ll find a layer of soft TPU that’s great against drops and a tough polycarbonate shell to keep scratches at bay. It even packs a built-in kickstand to prop the phone up in landscape orientation. Unfortunately, the kickstand is the only blemish on an otherwise great case. It’s thin, plastic, and flimsy. I didn’t have any problems propping the phone up, but durability is definitely a concern with a phone as heavy as the S22 Ultra.

Poetic Spartan


Solid protection

Variety of colors

Built-in screen protectors

Sturdy kickstand

The Spartan case by Poetic is one of the newer cases in the company’s portfolio and has quickly become my favorite. It goes above and beyond similar cases like the Supcase and keeps a screen protector panel. Of course, the big question with the screen protector is whether it’ll let you use the fingerprint scanner. It does, but you’ll have to jump through a few hoops first. There’s a stamp that aligns with the scanner, so you’ll have to ensure a perfect installation. I also had to enable the Touch Sensitivity setting and re-train the scanner again.  The color options look great and it’s as protective as any other rugged case on the list.

Read also: The best rugged phone cases

Best Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra leather cases

Stylish leather folio

Two car slots

Military-grade drop protection


The Otterbox Strada comes with all the protection of an Otterbox case in a stylish leather folio case. The genuine leather case looks and feels great. A magnetic metal latch holds the folio cover in place and it’s a solid magnet. It comes with two card slots, so if you’re looking for more, the wallet cases above are the better option. But if you want a stylish genuine leather case for the S22 Ultra, the Strada is an excellent pick.

Samsung leather case

Thin and light

Premium soft leather


Limited protection

Few color options

Samsung always offers excellent first-party leather cases for its phones, and the Galaxy S22 is no different. It comes in black, burgundy (pictured above), and light gray to suit your personal style. The interior of this leather case is lined with soft microfiber, so your new phone should stay in top shape for years to come. However, there’s not much of a front lip to protect your 6.8-inch display, so you might want a screen protector.

Bellroy leather case


Premium leather


Solid protection

Covered buttons

Bellroy has so far released excellent leather cases for iPhones and Pixels. But the company jumps into the Samsung field with the Galaxy S22 series. There’s not much to say. It’s good-looking, feels great in the hand, is protective, and is thin enough to not impact wireless charging or NFC payments. Just be aware that they are among the priciest S22 Ultra cases you can buy.

Best Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra specialty cases

Spigen Cryo Armor


Meant for gamers

Unique cooling features

Interesting design

If you’re spending the big bucks on the S22 Ultra, you’re probably going to get some gaming done. We often recommend removing the case when gaming to stop the phone from overheating, but here, we’ll suggest putting this case on. Coming exclusively to the Galaxy S22 Ultra is the Spigen Cryo Armor. This case features cooling properties thanks to a combination of graphite and silicone materials. It looks the part of a gaming product and offers all the protection you’d get with a standard Spigen hybrid case.

Samsung View cover cases

First-party from Samsung

Unique features

Several designs available


Don’t mind spending a little extra? Samsung sells a variety of first-party cases in its “View” lineup, each with a cover that displays information while closed. This allows you to check the time or your notifications without turning on your phone. The model pictured above has a full-frontal cover, with an integrated LED display and two card slots on the inside. The Smart View cover just has a hole in the front, which pairs with your phone to display the time and notifications. They’re quite a bit more pricey than other options on our list, but the added functionality makes them well worth the price.

Samsung Strap Case

Relatively slim

Built-in strap

Not the prettiest


Samsung widened its official case offerings recently to include these new strap cases, which are simple silicon cases with a built-in strap on the back to make them easier to hold. You can also use the clasp to attach lanyards or phone straps for even more utility. However, it only comes in two colors (white with a green strap or navy with an orange strap), and neither is particularly aesthetically pleasing. Being first-party cases, they’re also quite expensive, so unless you want a case right now we recommend waiting for more attractive options like the Otterbox PopSocket to become available for extra grippy bits. They certainly are unique and fresh, however.

How we test phone cases

We rigorously test smartphones, accessories, and other products in our reviews here at Android Authority, and we consider many attributes before recommending a phone case. This is also true for the best Galaxy S22 Ultra cases. Here’s a quick rundown of what we consider:

Protection: There’s an obvious difference between thin and rugged cases, but there’s a lot of variation between options within each category. Where possible, we simulate real-world drops from different heights to see how they’ll hold up. We also consider design elements like corner protection, raised lips around the display and camera module, and covered buttons.

Build materials and quality: Cheap materials are prone to breaking or cracking during installation. Poor molds can also lead to loose or tight-fitting cases that also are not ideal. We closely inspect how well a case fits, as well as how easy or difficult it is to install and remove.

Grip: Not everyone wants a grippy case, but those who do have high expectations. Apart from hands-on testing, we also test phones on different surfaces like wood or marble to see how prone they are to slipping. Typically, cases with ridges or bumps along the back or sides are the clear winners in this regard.

Installation and removal: The Galaxy S22 Ultra is a well-built phone, but a case that’s too tight still runs the risk of damaging it if it’s too difficult to remove. If you have to apply excessive force to remove or install a case, that’s a big red flag in our book.

Design and colorways: These are exceptionally persona choices, which is why we strive to include a wide variety of designs and colors to choose from. Where possible, we also include customizable cases that can be further tweaked to suit your personal style.

Price: You don’t always get what you pay for. Often affordable cases have better build qualities and offer more protection than expensive cases. Brand plays a big role here, which is why we’re always on the lookout for new models and price variations.

The Best Apple Iphone 12 Pro Max Cases You Can Buy

David Imel / Android Authority

Apple’s iPhone 12 Pro Max is among the largest iPhones ever, and it packs an impressive spec sheet. The all-glass build feels incredible in hand, but it’s easy to break if dropped. You might want to think about some extra protection to keep your new phone in pristine condition. Check out our picks of the best Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max cases available right now.

Related: Apple iPhone 13 Buyer’s Guide – Should you Upgrade?

Looking for more ways to keep your phone safe and get the most out of it? Don’t forget to check out our guide for the best case brands and mobile accessories you can get!

Editor’s note: We’ll update this list of the best iPhone 12 Pro Max cases as new options launch.

Best thin iPhone 12 Pro Max case: Spigen Mag Armor

iPhone 12 Pro Max Spigen Mag Armor

Use all your MagSafe accessories with the built-in magnetic ring available with the Spigen Mag Armor.

See price at Amazon


Thin and light

Tactile button covers

Anti-slip matte finish

Lets you use Magsafe accessories


It’s a little slippery at first

Boring black color


Apple silicone case

If a variety of colors are what you’re after, Apple has you covered. The first-party silicone case is an excellent thin and light option, with over eight interesting colors to choose between.

Buy now on Amazon


ESR metal kickstand case

As the name suggests, this case comes with a durable metal kickstand that works both vertically and horizontally. You can adjust the kickstand freely up to 60-degrees, and the case comes in either clear or black finishes.

Buy now on Amazon

Thin and light

Precise cutouts

Crystal clear


Clear cases tend to yellow over time

Difficult to keep clean

Not the most protective


Ringke Fusion

The Ringke Fusion combines a durable bumper with a transparent PC shell for serious scratch protection. You can also get a matte finish option to keep fingerprints and smudges away.

Buy now on Amazon


Apple clear case

If you want a thin clear case meant for the iPhone, the Apple clear case is the way to go. It’s thin, light, and comes with built-in magnets to use with a variety of MagSafe accessories without removing the case.

Buy now on Amazon

Thin and light but protective

Covered buttons are easy to press

Anti-slip ridges on the sides


A little difficult to remove

One more Spigen case to consider for your iPhone 12 Pro Max is the Nitro Force. It’s one of the company’s newer models, and it uses a hybrid design for maximum protection. Spigen added what it calls a SolidHold design to the side rails, so you shouldn’t have to worry about dropping it. The case comes with a transparent back panel, and it’s thin enough to work with wireless charging while adding just 0.1-inch to the overall width of the phone.

Looking for more hybrid or regular iPhone 12 Pro Max cases? We also recommend:


Incipio Duo

The dual-layer case from Incipio offers excellent protection for your phone. It provides drop protection from up to 12ft, there’s an anti-microbial layer, and plenty of colors to choose from.

Buy now on Amazon


Speck Presidio2 Grip

If grip is what you’re after, the Speck Presidio2 Grip is the iPhone 12 Pro Max case for you. It comes with a soft-touch finish and no-slip ridges along the sides and back. You also get enhanced corner protection and an anti-microbial coating.

Buy now on Amazon

Has a cash pocket

Folio cover doubles as a kickstand

Different color options

Premium PU leather


Magnetic closure might loosen over time

The Wallet Slayer (below) may be a new take on the wallet case, but TUCCH has a great option if you prefer a folding folio. The company’s wallet case offers four card slots as well as a cash pocket. You can choose from many different colors, and each one features the same PU leather construction. An internal TPU bumper keeps your phone in place, and RFID protection keeps would-be identity thieves at bay.

Looking for more iPhone 12 Pro Max wallet cases? We also recommend:


Smartish wallet

The Smartish Wallet Slayer is a great new take on a wallet case, and it leaves the folding folio behind. The case relies on a single rear-mounted slot to hold your cards and cash, and it comes in a variety of colors.

Buy now on Amazon


Apple leather wallet

One last option to consider for your iPhone 12 Pro Max isn’t technically a case. However, Apple’s leather wallet attaches right to the back of your phone, and you can shove a few cards into a single pocket.

Buy now on Amazon

Great protection

Mil-grade certified

Allows wireless charging


Might be too thick for some


Poetic Guardian

The Poetic Revolution is one of the few cases with a built-in screen protector, and it even offers a folding kickstand. It combines PC and TPU elements in a two-piece design that stays tightly on your phone.

Buy now on Amazon


Otterbox Defender

The Otterbox Defender has been around for just about as long as people have been asking for rugged cases. It’s one of the toughest, and thickest, cases you can get for the iPhone 12 Pro Max, though it might not fit in your pocket too easily.

Buy now on Amazon

8 Best Xiaomi Mi Max 2 Cases And Covers You Can Buy

Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi recently launched the Mi Max 2 phablet smartphone in India. Priced at Rs. 16,999, the company targets the budget segment with this new smartphone, and it’s nothing short of impressive to say the least. It’s powered by the Snapdragon 625 octa-core processor clocked at 2 GHz, along with 4 GB of RAM and features a 6.44-inch Full HD IPS display. Additionally, the device packs a whopping 5300 mAh to provide a near 2-day battery life. Well, we have no doubts regarding the capabilities of the Mi Max 2, and if you’re planning to purchase it, we’re pretty sure you don’t want to hamper the premium look and feel of the smartphone by accidentally dropping it. This is exactly why we recommend you to protect it with a good case, in order to avoid paying a hefty sum for repairing or replacing your device. So, let’s take a look at the 8 best Mi Max 2 cases and covers you can buy:

1. Tripoc Ultra Thin Transparent Mi Max 2 Case

If you’re a fan of clear cases, you’re bound to fall in this one, as the Tripoc ultra thin transparent case lets you showcase your Mi Max 2’s design in all its glory while protecting it from accidental drops, scuffs and scratches. Since it’s made of flexible TPU material, it manages to offer some sort of shock resistance to your device. Lastly, it manages to cover all the four corners and edges for all-round protection, so no matter what angle you drop the device from, it remains protected.

Buy from Amazon: (Rs. 129)

2. BlueArmor Rugged Shock Proof Mi Max 2 Case

Buy from Amazon: (Rs. 699)

3. Noise Printed Cover For Xiaomi Mi Max 2

Well if you like designer cases, you’ll be pleased that local manufacturer Noise has listed plenty of them on Amazon. Well, it’s nothing but a 3D printed hard shell case that’s just decent in terms of protection, as it doesn’t offer much shock resistance. However, the case is still good enough to resist scratches and scuffs resulting due to minor drops without adding any bulk to the device, so there’s no gripe on that regard. There are precise cutouts for easy access to all the hardware buttons and ports on your Mi Max 2.

4. BRK Defender Hybrid Armour Case For Mi Max 2

Buy from Amazon: (Rs. 369)

 5. Gravity Case Flip Cover For Mi Max 2

If you’re a fan of flip cases, you should certainly consider buying this one, as it’s currently one of the best ones you can get your hands on. It’s made of premium PU leather material, so we have no complaints regarding the quality of the product. It’s light weight and slim in terms of design, in order to provide a neat and rich look to your smartphone. As far as the flip is closed, the device should remain protected from minor accidental drops and scratches. Since it’s made of a soft material, it can even offer minor shock resistance, just in case of a sudden impact.

Buy from Flipkart: (Rs. 299)

6. Ceffon Back Cover For Xiaomi Mi Max 2

Not everyone likes thick and bulky cases that make your device look ugly. If you’re looking forward to protect your device with a sleek case that doesnt add any bulk to your device, you should certainly consider buying the Ceffon Back Cover, which is essentially a hard shell case. However, due to the material used, it does not resist shock very well, so don’t expect much in terms of drop protection. That being said, it’s still good enough to resist scratches and scuffs, so we’ve got no complaints on that regard. Lastly, the top portion of the case is slightly exposed, so if you were expecting all-round protection, you might have to look elsewhere.

Buy from Flipkart: (Rs. 296)

7. KWINE CASE Transparent Mi Max 2 Back Cover

Buy from Flipkart: (Rs. 199)

8. Designerz Hub Mi Max 2 Back Cover

Last on the list, we’ve got a hybrid case that offers maximum protection against drops, scuffs and scratches. Just like almost all the other hybrid cases that’s currently available on the market, this one is comprised of a soft inner silicone material for flexibility and shock resistance, as well as a hard outer shell for adding durability to the case. It even has an integrated kickstand that you can use in order to watch movies and TV shows on your smartphone. All in all, the case manages to cover all the four corners and edges for an all-round protection.

         SEE ALSO: 10 Best Moto E4 Plus Cases and Covers You Can Buy

The Best Xiaomi Mi Max 2 Cases and Covers You Can Buy

10 Best External Gpu Enclosures (Egpu) You Can Buy

What is An External GPU Enclosures or eGPU?

An eGPU or External GPU is essentially a piece of hardware enclosure in which a desktop graphics card can be mounted to be used with your laptops for powering up applications and games. Desktop GPUs are far more powerful than integrated mobile GPUs or APUs and offer up to 10x performance improvements over them. While eGPUs have been around for years now, their functionality has been greatly limited due to the slow connection speeds and low transmission bandwidths. But when Intel announced Thunderbolt 3, the game entirely changed.

Thunderbolt 3 is a USB-C type port that supports a Max Bandwidth of 40 Gbps, thus helping external graphics cards achieve their aim of supercharging a laptop. If you have a laptop that doesn’t satisfy your gaming desires but has a Thunderbolt 3 port, then check out our list of 10 best external graphics card boxes you can buy:

Best External GPU Boxes You Can Buy 1. Razer Core

The Razer Core comes standard with 4 USB 3.0 ports for connectivity, an Ethernet port, a SATA III drive port for expansion and support for AMD’s X-Connect technology. It can also support GPUs up to 12.2 inches (length).

Buy from Razer’s official website: ($499.99)

2. AKiTiO Thunder 3 Duo Pro Thunderbolt 3 Enclosure

The Thunder 3 also features an external HDMI display port for connecting your monitors or TVs directly to this eGPU. The maximum length for GPU support is 7.87 inches.

Buy from Amazon: ($319.00)

3. PowerColor Devil Box 3 Thunderbolt 3 eGFX Enclosure

Alongside 4 USB 3.0 ports, the Devil Box also features a USB C 3.1 Gen1 port for enhanced connectivity. Just like the Razer Core, the Devil Box 3 can also house a GPU of 12.2 inches.

Buy from NewEgg: ($449.99)

4. HP Omen Accelerator

The HP Omen Accelerator is expected to be launched in the third Quarter of 2023 at a price of $300.

Buy: (Coming soon)


Asus ROG XG Station 2 Thunderbolt 3 External Graphics Dock

The XG Station 2 can also house a GPU of max length 12.20 inches As mentioned before, Asus ensures that all of its ROG products maintain a visual appeal, and this is no different. Alongside a phenomenal design, the XG Station 2 also has support for Asus’ ROG Aura, to customize the internal lighting.

Buy from Amazon: ($685)

6. OWC Mercury Helios 3 Thunderbolt 3 PCIe Expansion Chassis

Further more, it has 2 external Thunderbird 3 ports, making it one of the rare eGPUs to offer Daisy Chaining, which basically is the ability to connect several devices in a linear passage, thus resulting in much more computational power. Though, since it’s comparatively smaller than the other eGPUs, the Mercury Helios 3 can only support GPUs of length 7.75 inches.

Buy from Amazon: ($259.99)

7. Mantiz MZ-02 Venus

Buy from Mantiz’s official website: ($389.00)

8. AKiTiO Node – Thunderbolt3 eGPU

The Node is AKiTiO’s second listing on this list, which is basically an economical version of the aforementioned Thunder 3. The Node is powered by a 400W PSU and manages to weigh about 3.10 lbs. The Node follows a straightforward approach to delivering simply the best performance, without any extra features, which is evident by its lack of any expansion ports or any other significant features.

Buy from Amazon: ($309.99)

9. Sonnet Breakaway Box eGFX for AMD and NVIDIA GPUs

Sonnet has brought not one, but two eGPUs to the market, with different specs, but same design. The Breakaway Box comes in two variations, depending upon the power supply requirements of 350W or 550W. These eGPUs support GPUs up to 300W and 375W respectively. The Breakaway Box weighs 7.1 lbs, so portability isn’t really an option. Like the AKiTiO Node, the Breakaway Box does not feature any extra ports or fancy features, and can support GPUs up to 12.20 inches.

Buy: (Coming soon)

10. Bizon Box 3 External Graphics Card for Mac

Last, but not the least, we have on our list the Bizon Box 3, another eGPU focused on the MacBooks. The Box 3 is rather a highly customizable product in terms of its specs. The Bizon Box 3 comes with a 200W PSU, though you do have the choice buy a 400W PSU instead. The eGPU weighs about 8.8 lbs (with the 200W PSU), so portability is not an option. As compared to other eGPUs on this list, the Box 3 does not offer any extra features or expansion ports. Though, it has the ability to mount GPUs up to 12.6 inches. Also, at the time of purchase, the user is even presented with a choice to include any specific GPU along in the bundle.

See More: How to Build a 4K Gaming PC For Under $1500

Using eGPUs to turn your Laptop into a Powerhouse

Pixel 4A 5G Vs Pixel 5: What’s The Difference?

Google took the wraps off its newest Pixel smartphones, the Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5, at its hardware event earlier this week. These are the company’s first-ever 5G phones and bring along a major shift in Google’s hardware strategy. It hasn’t really unveiled a true $1,000 flagship smartphone with Pixel 5. Instead, it’s closer to the Pixel 4a 5G in terms of both design and internal specifications.

Pixel 4a 5G vs Pixel 5: Features


Starting off with the design, both the Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5 look identical on the front and the rear. It will not be easy to discern between the phones because they both have a square camera module and a fingerprint sensor on the rear, and a punch-hole cutout at the top left on the front. A dead giveaway will, however, be the presence of a 3.5mm headphone jack (just look at the top edge) aboard the Pixel 4a 5G.

If it wasn’t for the different finishes and colorways, it would be a little difficult to tell the two apart from each other. It should not really matter though as both the phones don’t only look the same but share a lot of hardware similarities as well.


Moving to the display, it is essentially the same for both phones but with really minor differences here and there. The Pixel 4a 5G features a slightly bigger 6.2-inch Full-HD+ (2340 x 1080) OLED display as compared to the 6-inch FHD+ OLED panel aboard the Pixel 5. The bezels around the display are minimal, even the bottom chin that’s usually a little thicker.

A major differentiating factor between the two phones has to be the refresh rate. The Pixel 5’s display boasts a high 90Hz refresh rate as opposed to the standard 60Hz refresh rate of the Pixel 4a 5G. Also, Pixel 5 has Gorilla Glass 6 protection on the front in comparison to Gorilla Glass 3 protection aboard the Pixel 4a 5G.


Google Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5 are Google’s first-ever 5G-enabled phones. While it was initially rumored that the Pixel 4a might be powered by the Snapdragon 690 SoC, both the Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a 5G are backed by the same Snapdragon 765G chipset under the hood. It’s the same chipset found aboard the OnePlus Nord.

Both the Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5 arrive with 5G connectivity support out-of-the-box. If you are wondering, do they support both sub-6GHz and mmWave 5G networks? The answer is yes but it differs with carrier availability and region. Verizon is even selling a Pixel 4a 5G UW for $599 to offer mmWave support to users.

Pixel 5 is no longer a true flagship with a flagship Snapdragon 800-series in tow. It is, instead, an attractive sub-$1,000 flagship with a 90Hz display, stellar cameras, and 5G support.

The only difference between the two phones under the hood is that the Pixel 4a 5G will come with 6GB of LPDDR4x RAM as opposed to 8GB RAM aboard the Pixel 5. Both of the phones include 128GB built-in storage, which is not expandable. The Pixel Neural Core chip is missing in action (and does not result in any lack of features) but the Titan M security chip is still present onboard.


Apart from the processor, Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5 also feature the exact same camera system. You will find a square cutout with a 12.2MP (f/1.7) primary camera and a 16MP (f/2.2) ultra-wide camera with a 107-degree FOV on the rear. It’s great that Google finally listened to the feedback and swapped out the telephoto camera for an ultra-wide one.

The punch-hole cutout aboard both the Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a 5G have an 8MP (f/2.0) selfie camera with a wider 84-degree FOV. The phones also support the exact same camera features, including Live HDR+, Night Sight, Night Portrait (read more about this feature right here), Portrait Light, Cinematic Pan, and more.


Google has also decided to address another major issue, i.e appalling battery life, with its previous-gen flagship phone. Pixel 5 sports a huge 4,080mAh battery as compared to the measly 2,800mAh battery aboard the Pixel 4. The new Pixel 4a 5G, on the other hand, comes equipped with a 3,885mAh battery — bigger than the 3,140mAh battery pack of the standard Pixel 4a.

Wireless Charging

The mid-range Pixel 4a 5G does not support it but the flagship Pixel 5 does come with both wireless charging, as well as reverse wireless charging, support. This means you can use a Pixel 5 to charge your smartwatch or TWS earbuds on the move. Pixel 5 supports up to 12W Qi wireless charging, as per its official listing.

But wait, doesn’t the Pixel 5 has an aluminum rear panel? How does it support wireless charging then? Well, Google has made an innovative design choice and carved a hole in the aluminum chassis to fit in the wireless charging coil. You can read all about it right here.

Water Resistance

As you might guess, it’s the Pixel 5 that supports IP68 water and dust resistance. The Pixel 4a 5G does not carry an official IP rating but it does include a 3.5mm headphone jack, which is missing from the Pixel 5. This is good news for many users and so is the dual stereo sound experience.

Pixel 4a 5G vs Pixel 5: Specs Sheet

 Pixel 4a 5GPixel 5

Dimensions153.9 x 74 x 8.2 mm144.7 x 70.4 x 8 mm

Weight168 grams151 grams


ChipsetSnapdragon 765GSnapdragon 765G



SoftwareAndroid 11Android 11

16MP ultra-wide

Selfie Camera8MP8MP

Connectivitydual-mode 5G, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, A-GPS, GLONASS, and moredual-mode 5G, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, A-GPS, GLONASS, and more


Wireless chargingNoYes, up to 12W

Sorta Sage

Pixel 4a 5G vs Pixel 5: Which One Would You Buy?

The choice should be simple. If you are simply looking for a 5G-enabled smartphone with Google’s version of Android and some amazing cameras, then go for the Pixel 4a 5G for an attractive price of $499. It’s the go-to device for users who don’t care about an IP rating or wireless charging.

If you are someone who wants a more premium build, a high refresh rate display, and water resistance among other things, then be ready to shell out an additional $200 for the Pixel 5. It has been priced at $699 in the US. Also, do not expect to get your hands on either of the two in India as Google doesn’t plan on launching them here.

Update the detailed information about 10 Best Google Pixel 4A Cases You Can Buy on the website. We hope the article's content will meet your needs, and we will regularly update the information to provide you with the fastest and most accurate information. Have a great day!