Best Cases for the Honor View 10

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Protect your Honor View 10 with one of these cases.

The Honor View 10 is a slick new phone with a modern design and plenty of power to back it up, but it’s also made entirely of aluminum, which is notoriously slippery and easy to scratch. If you’re thinking about picking up a View 10, a case wouldn’t be a bad idea.

There aren’t too many cases for the View 10 at the moment, but we’ve sought out some of the best cases you should consider.

Avidet Hard Back

The Avidet Hard Case is a simple case for those that just want a little protection for the back of their phone. Rather than wrapping around all of its edges, this case simply snaps onto the sides of the View 10 and adds some much-needed grip.

It’s made of a hard polycarbonate to withstand any scratches or dents that would otherwise deface the View 10’s aluminum back, and it leaves plenty of room on the bottom and sides for easy access to buttons and ports.

If you want to pick up an Avidet case for yourself, it’ll only run you about $8 on Amazon.

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Tudia Slim Fit

If you’re a bit more prone to dropping your phone, you may be better off with the Tudia Slim Fit. This case combines a soft inner lining with a hard outer shell for dual layer protection, absorbing the shock from most drops.

The raised edges around the camera and screen provide additional protection, and there are covers over the power and volume buttons to make them easier to find. Best of all, this case is only $9.

See at Amazon

KuGi Folio

Perhaps a folio case is more your style. KuGi offers a folio case made of TPU and polyurethane that allows you to prop up the View 10 for a more convenient video watching experience.

KuGi includes magnets to help keep the case shut when not in use, and there are various cutouts giving easy access to the buttons and ports.

This is one of the cheapest case on the list, at just $6 (though shipping costs just as much).

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CoverON ClearGuard

The ClearGuard by CoverON is a classic-looking case that combines a tough TPU bumper with a clear polycarbonate panel protecting the back of the phone. This case is particularly nice if you want to show off the color of your View 10 — especially if you have the sleek dark blue finish.

As always, there are cutouts for the various ports and microphones on the View 10, as well as covers for the power and volume buttons. If you want the CoverON ClearGuard for yourself, it’ll run you about $9.

See at Amazon

TopAce Ultra Thin

For the no-nonsense shopper, the TopAce Ultra Thin is the most traditional case — a simple TPU cover that wraps all the way around the sides of the View 10 and creates a protective lip for the front. It’s flexible, making it easy to apply and remove, and the combination of brushed metal and carbon fiber stylings make for an attractive look.

Like other cases in this list, the TopAce cover adds extra protection to the corners, and goes a step further with a shock-resistant inner lining.

You can snag the TopAce Ultra Thin on Amazon for just $8.

See at Amazon

Armor-X

This is easily the most niche case of the list. Like plenty of other cases, the Armor-X case protects the View 10 from drops with shock-resistant TPU, but you’ll notice something a little different about it. On the back of the case is a large mount Armor-X calls its X-Mount adapter, which allows you to attach the View 10 to bicycles, belt clips, and even carabiners.

The X-Mount adapter also doubles as a kickstand, allowing you to prop up the View 10 and take advantage of its large display for watching videos.

The Armor-X case definitely isn’t for everyone, but if it piques your interest, you can order one for around $25.

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Which one would you buy?

There may not be as many cases available for the View 10 as there are for more popular phones, but hopefully the ones we presented have given you some ideas. Are you ordering any of them for your View 10? Let us know in the comments below!

Updated March 2018: Removed ZeKing case and added cases from Tudia and CoverON.

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March 29, 2018 at 09:03AM