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These are the absolute best Pixel 5 cases you can buy right now

It may be hard to pick the best Google Pixel 5 case because there will be so many options. Whether you want a ruggedly handsome heavy-duty case, a super slim and stylish case, or something in between like the perfectly balanced Caseology Parallax, these are the best Google Pixel 5 cases to be found right now.

Safe and stylish

Caseology Parallax

Staff Pick

This mesmerizing case has protected my last two Pixels with grace, and the colorways for the Pixel 5 are quite fetching. The Aqua Green will fit the green Pixel 5 perfectly, while Burgundy and Navy Blue jazz up the black Pixel 5.

From $14 at Amazon $19 at Walmart

Long-term protection

Tudia Dualshield Merge Series

If you want a heavy-duty case without a heavy-duty price, Tudia has been the go-to for years. The Merge Series gives you the impact protection and grip of a flexible TPU sleeve with the sturdiness of a polycarbonate back.

$12 at Amazon

Machine washable

Google Fabric Case

Google's fabric cases are luxurious and eco-friendly, crafted from 70% recycled materials, and given a microfiber lining to keep the Pixel 5 in place and free of scratches.

From $32 at Amazon $40 at Best Buy From $22 at B&H

Textured for grip

Spigen Liquid Air

This slim case won't but up your new Pixel 5, but it will add extra grip thanks to its triangular grooves. You still get some air cushions in the corners to protect against drops, but no bulkiness.

$13 at Amazon

Forget its there

Totallee Super Thin

If you hate cases, Totallee is for you. This ultra-thin Google Pixel 5 case comes in clear or black and is so thin and comfortable you'll forget your phone even has a case on.

$30 at Amazon

Let's kick it

Supcase Unicorn Beetle Pro Series Case for Google Pixel 5

Need a heavy-duty case that has a function beyond being a tank? Supcase built a beefy kickstand and a screen protector into this ruggedly handsome case.

From $20 at Amazon $23 at Walmart

Carry everything

Feitenn Google Pixel 5 Flip Case

This vibrant folio wallet case has space for two credit cards and a bill pocket for cash or receipts. The case doubles as a kickstand and snaps shut using slim magnets so it won't flop around haphazardly.

$11 at Amazon

Scratch protection

Anccer Colorful Series for Google Pixel 5 Case

This super slim Google Pixel 5 case won't give you much drop protection, but it'll add grip and a cool color while also protecting your new Pixel from scratches and scuffs.

From $5 at Amazon

Premium feel

Bellroy Leather Cover

Bellroy is back with yet another year of fascinatingly colored premium leather cases for the Pixel 5, including this absolutely stunning "Racing Green" color that makes me want to joyride through the countryside.

$40 at Amazon $40 at Bellroy

Can't beat a classic

Caseology Legion for Pixel 5

This case is a lot more understated than the bold colors of the Parallax, but it will stand the test of time. Legion cases are some of Caseology's most dependable, and I'm grateful it's available for the Pixel 5.

From $15 at Amazon $19 at Walmart

Belt clip included

OtterBox Defender Series

OtterBox is the Kleenex of the phone case world for a reason: it's darn good at protecting a phone through drops, falls, and the occasional throw. The Defender Series is the classic multi-layer OtterBox case, and this one even comes with a belt clip/kickstand.

$60 at Amazon

Rugged, not rough

Ringke Fusion-X

I'll be the first to admit to either love or hate this case design, but the Fusion-X is durable, affordable, and just look at how that Turquoise Green pops with the Sorta Sage Pixel 5? The air cushions around that colored bumper help boost impact protection, too.

From $8 at Amazon $13 at Walmart

Sustainable and biodegradable

Pela Eco-Friendly Phone Case

The Pixel 5 is Google's most sustainably made phone yet, so why would you undo all that work with a landfill-bound plastic case? These flexible, durable cases are biodegradable and sustainably made, and there are even charity-benefitting designs.

From $30 at Amazon From $45 at Pela

Keep it together

Haii Leather Wallet

Who needs to carry a separate wallet when there are great leather folios out there like this? Available in four colors, you can fit two cards plus cash inside the cover, which doubles as a kickstand.

$10 at Amazon

All in one bundle

GESMA TPU Case with 2 Tempered Glass Screen Protectors

Available in green, blue, and black, this little bundle of joy allows you to protect all sides of your Pixel 5: there's a grippy silicone case to help prevent and minimize drops and not one but two tempered glass screen protectors to keep that 90Hz screen flawless.

$11 at Amazon

What are the best cases for your Pixel 5?

The Google Pixel 5 is one of the best Android phones around, and it deserves only the best cases to protect it. The Caseology Parallax, in particular, is an excellent Google Pixel 5 case because not only does it offer air cushion impact protection and a nice lip around the camera, it has undeniable style. Skip the boring black and get you something bold, like the gold-accented Navy Blue, and the Aqua Green with a green Pixel 5 will look killer!

If you need something a little slimmer, we'd recommend the excellent Anccer Colorful Series, which comes in a black that matches the matte black Pixel 5 perfectly and a vivid blue for those of us who need something cooler. Thin cases also benefit from causing less interference with wireless chargers, which is important since the Pixel 5 is nitpicky about chargers.

Need more suggestions? That's okay, we have dedicated collections dedicated to the best heavy duty cases, best clear cases, and the best wallet cases for the Pixel 5, ensuring that no matter what your style, there's a case out there perfect for you. While you're guarding the back, you need to protect that glass touchscreen, too, with a great screen protector that will keep your screen free of scratches, smudges, and the dreaded shatter from a bad drop.



Source: androidcentral

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