Q Card Case for Galaxy S4 review
Today we’ll be taking a look at the Q Card Case for the Samsung Galaxy S4. Built with a combination of fabric and faux leather material, this guy not only protects your Android smartphone, but also lets you leave the wallet or purse at home for a few hours. Perfect for going out on the town for the night, it keeps the slim profile you love but tosses in some nearly secret pockets.
Not only does this have the standard button cutouts, but it provides an audio channel that amplifies your music playback. It works nicely, giving you something that’s louder yet just as clear as compared to the normal speaker. Think in terms of cupping the speaker with your hand and you’ll get a sense.
There’s enough room to squeeze in 2-3 of your cards, which usually means the driver’s license and a credit card or two. We found that the cards stay in place; it’s a snug fit that didn’t let up in our time spent with the case.
We liked that (volume and power) buttons still felt responsive in the case as this can be an easy oversight. We’ve tested plenty of mid-range cases that don’t make it easy to turn that display on or toggle volume. Our review unit works easily and without any break-in period.
Available in a variety of color options, the Q Card Case can be suited to your lifestyle. Red (Rouge) and (Pacific) Green colors pop quite a bit and skew to the younger demographic while the Onyx Black and Mahogany Brown are more professional.
To learn more about the Q Card Case for your Samsung Galaxy S4 or other smartphones, be sure to check out the company website. Pricing is listed at $39.99 through CM4 as well as Amazon.com.
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