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If you want a OnePlus Nord case, the pickings are slim right now

The best OnePlus Nord cases are durable, affordable, and dependable, just like the Nord. The phone, which was introduced in the summer of 2020, is a wonderful return to form, a mid-range phone that offers a premium experience at a reasonable price tag. The back of this phone may be covered in impact-resistant Gorilla Glass 5, but that doesn't mean that you can let your Nord go around naked. Scratches, slips, and sweat are still a smartphone's enemy. So, while you might be considering grabbing the rumored OnePlus Nord 2 once it comes out if you still own a Nord, it's worth adding some grip and glamour so the phone can stay safe and solid for years to come.

Clear protection

Spigen Ultra Hybrid

Staff Pick

Spigen is one of the most trusted case brands on the market, and I'm happy to see this robust, clear case available for Nord. The clear back lets that lovely Blue shine through while the black bumper adds grip and contrast.

$14 at Amazon

Classic protection

Tudia DualShield

This heavy-duty case should keep your Nord safe from multiple drops thanks to its mil-spec durability, and Tudia's classic blue back matches the Nord perfectly.

$13 at Amazon

Slim and safe

Spigen Rugged Armor Case

Millions of Android fans trust their phones to the Rugged Armor for years, and you should trust your Nord to it because of its excellent grip and a slim lip around the camera module.

$13 at Amazon

Keep it all together

Foluu Canvas Wallet

If you prefer to streamline what you carry by using a wallet case on your phone, this canvas-covered folio is for you. There's room for three cards plus cash.

From $10 at Amazon

Floral is awesome

LSL Clear Case

This case has hardback and soft TPU edges with fun floral or butterfly patterns for shockproof protection against drops, bumps, and falls. It's super stylish for making a statement during a night out.

$12 at Amazon

Positive vibes

ZIYE Case

Who doesn't love a good inspirational saying? And this PC hard back case with a clear soft TPU bumper comes in five cool designs, including a few with inspirational sayings like the one depicted here, as well as another that reads "you're enough." It's a great pick-me-up.

$13 at Amazon

The best OnePlus Nord cases are finally here

OnePlus phones tend not to have as many cases available as other phones. Because the OnePlus Nord is a mid-range phone, the selection right now is more sparse than most. But we still have several decent options available when it comes to the best OnePlus Nord cases.

If you need some grip but want something that's not so flashy, I recommend the Spigen Rugged Armor. The texturing across the back and sides is prominent, making it a great slim case for butterfingers like mine.

For extra protection, the Tudia DualShield is a good option that meets military specifications for ultra protection; and the blue finish that matches the OnePlus Nord perfectly is a bonus.

Whichever one you choose, don't forget to grab a screen protector to go along with your case for the OnePlus Nord, so you get full, 360-degree device protection of the device.



Source: androidcentral

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