OtterBox has been the frontrunner in durable device protection since 1998. The Colorado company designs not only the most reliable Samsung Galaxy S3 cases, but also offers an array of color to brighten anyone’s outlook when their device takes a tumble.
To protect the Samsung Galaxy S3 in style, OtterBox reveals five new Defender Series cases for the Samsung Galaxy S3. Intuitively designed to protect from drops, dust and damage, OtterBox cases for the Samsung Galaxy S3 keeps the smartphone safe and lets users stay connected intelligently. More color options will be available soon for the Commuter Series.
Galaxy S3 cases – Available colors
- Galaxy S3 case Reflection (light teal polycarbonate with dark teal silicone)
- Galaxy S3 case Atomic (green polycarbonate with purple silicone)
- Galaxy S3 case Glacier (white polycarbonate with gray silicone)
- Galaxy S3 case Boom (pink polycarbonate with purple silicone)
- Galaxy S3 case Blush (white polycarbonate with pink silicone)
Samsung Galaxy S3 cases Defender Series
The Samsung Galaxy S3 cases Defender Series delivers three layers of protection to help avoid costly repairs and replacements. The two-piece polycarbonate inner shell snaps together around the device to form a secure foundation.
This inner layer features a built-in screen protector that prevents scratches and includes memory foam pads that cradle the device to provide added shock absorption.
The outer layer of the Samsung Galaxy S3 cases OtterBox Defender Series is made up of rugged silicone intended to absorb impact and provide a cover for the volume controls, power button, headphone jack and micro USB port. These colorful Samsung Galaxy S3 case options come with a holster-style swivel belt clip that doubles as a viewing stand.
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