LG G5 - Crystal Shell Review - Sprint Product Ambassador
The LG G5 is remarkable phone perfect size for the hand, excellent feel while holding and pristine design for appearance. Most users i find are caring the device without a case to show off its aesthetics. I am more of a reserved type of person and always look for the best approach to both protect my merchandise while also giving a minimalistic approach. Spigen has always been at the forefront of design. Both protecting the device while allowing users to show off the full beauty of what the device has to offer.
Spigen designed the LG G5 Crystal Shell to be just the perfect fit. It is a polycarbonate and TPU (Thermoplastic Polyurethane) design case. Molded with simplistic approach and created with a clean clear view. The shell is form fitted but allows for direct access to main back butting and finger print scanner. There are similar cut outs for the camera as well. Though the volume buttons are covered the ability to press them does not feel hindered and is just added protection to the device.
What makes this case a tad different than the rest is that this case was designed with guarded corners. Each corner has additional defensive as they are created with a new air cushion like protection. This protection allows for the occasion accidental slips and falls. The design of the case has been created and confirmed to be built to perform under military grade protection MIL-STD 810G-516.6. This shock absorption design will give users the ability to experience the phone with less worry on damaging it.
So if you are looking for a minimalist approach but want to not limit the characteristics of the device then look into getting the Spigen crystal shell case.
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