Rubberized Hard Phone Cases Vs Silicone Phone Cases

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					    Rubberized Hard Phone Cases Vs. Silicone Phone Cases
When choosing a cellular phone case, there are many factors to take into account. The two most
important factors to analyze are the features of the phone and the way the owner is using the phone.
Rubberized hard cases and silicone cases are two low-impact choices for cellular phone protection.
Each is appropriate in certain instances.

Before determining which kind of case is best, cost should be considered. Hard rubber cases and
silicone case back cover are both usually at the low end of the cost spectrum, but some name brands
can be more expensive. For example, if you shop at a chain store, the cost begins at the low end with
generic store brands and can go up to high-end name brands. Determine how much can be spent on
the case before beginning the process of choosing. The way you use your phone determines the
degree of protection you need. Hard rubberized cases provide slightly more protection than silicone
case back covers because they hold their shape. Silicone case back covers are very flexible, while
rubberized hard cases do not bend. A silicone case back cover should be used to prevent scratching
on the plastic shell of the phone. It does not usually offer much shock absorption if the phone is
dropped. A hard rubberized case, however, will provide the protection the user needs if the phone is
dropped frequently.

Different phones have different features, some of which are more delicate than others and require a
higher level of protection. For example, the iPhone 4 has an outside casing made completely of glass.
If dropped, the phone tends to shatter. When choosing between a hard rubberized case or soft silicone
case back covers for this phone, the hard rubber case would be the preferred accessory. Some phones,
like the Samsung Epic, have slide-out keyboards. These phones need what's known as a slider case,
which does not come in the soft variety. If your phone has delicate, breakable parts, the higher-level
protection of the hard rubberized case would do a better job of protecting those parts. When making a
final choice, consider all of the factors that are important and decide which matter the most. If texture
matters, a hard rubber case would have a smoother finish, whereas a silicone case has a stickier
finish. If you're someone who sticks his phone is his pocket quite often, hard rubber case slides in
easily, while silicone tends to stick to fabric. If color is important to you, silicone cases tend to come
in softer, muted colors, whereas hard rubber cases come in bolder and shinier finishes.

				
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