Thule Atmos X3 Case for Samsung Galaxy S5: Review

Thule Atmos X3 Case for Samsung Galaxy S5: Review

The Thule Atmos X3 protective case for the Samsung Galaxy S5 offers excellent protection and a handsome design. This case is a single piece so you will definitely not have to worry about this case snapping off if your device is dropped. I often found myself struggling to purposely remove the case, I guess that’s a pro or con depending on your viewpoint. The case does add just a small amount of thickness to the S5, but that pleased me. The added thickness made the phone easier to hold and made me that much more confident in the protection Thule says the Atmos X3 offers. The volume and power buttons felt more “clicky” with the Thule case on, which I was also pleased with. The case also did not interfere with either the fingerprint reader or the IR blaster on Samsung’s latest flagship. Thule developed the Atmos X3 with a lip that protects the phone when placed on a surface face down but also protection for the rear camera as it is recessed.

Overall your looking at a case with no extras like a kickstand or blast proof protection, but a quality, simple all around protection package. My only gripe is that the case is not the most stylish, not in a bad way I just don’t think the Atmos X3 was meant to make a fashion statement. The Atmos X3 is a great option at 39.99 and we rate it a solid 4.5/5.  If this sounds like the case for you you can place an order at Thule as the Atmos X3 is available now. 
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Thule Atmos X3 Galaxy S5
Thule Atmos X3 Galaxy S5
Thule Atmos X3 Galaxy S5

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