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Despite the fact that a silicone case is one of the simplest options for making a protective accessory for a smartphone, there are quite a few variations of such cases. Each of these options has its own specific features, as well as pros and cons. Let’s try to consider them in more detail.

One-sided silicone cases.

The one-sided silicone case protects the smartphone from all sides – both the rear roof, and the ends, and the top-bottom edges. Such a cover is a classic option and is most popular among buyers..

Pros: minimal cost, easy replacement, convenient operation.

Cons: no special, the main thing is the quality of work.

Reversible silicone cases (with screen cover)

There is a variant of a double-sided silicone cover – in this case, in addition to the back panel and ends, the screen is also covered with a silicone cover. It would seem an excellent solution, but you need to take into account that it has both its pros and cons.

Pros: the phone is completely closed on all sides and is more secure than in a classic one-sided case. You can also save on protective glass or protective film, since the screen is initially covered with a cover.

Cons: the visual component worsens – the screen is seen worse through the silicone “cover”, and the tactile ability of the screen also decreases – it is less convenient to operate a smartphone in such a case than without it.

Silicone case with plugs.

In the classic silicone case, special slots and cutouts are made in place of the holes of the functional holes in the smartphone (speaker, microphone, etc.). However, there are versions of silicone cases in which these places are covered with special plugs..

Pros: Less dust gets into closed holes.

Cons: using a smartphone becomes more difficult due to the need to open and close these plugs. Over time, the plugs can loosen and even come off the case..

Transparent silicone case with colored frames.

One of the relatively fresh design options was the release of a silicone case with a transparent back cover and colored frames and cutouts..

Pros: original appearance.

Cons: Not everyone will like the narrow color scheme.

Transparent, colored or matte.

Since silicone is a flexible material that is convenient to work with, manufacturers use different colors when creating their models of covers. They can be either completely transparent (the design of the phone is not hidden), or any possible color or combined version – for example, the back cover can be matte, and the side edges can be transparent. There are a lot of options with drawings printed on the case: from pictures with animals and superheroes to abstract patterns or gradient colors. The most important thing is the quality of the drawing and its durability in operation..

Pros: original appearance with a slight increase in cost, different color variations (up to gradient color mixing).

Cons: no special, the main thing is the quality of work.

Silicone case with mesh.

Some manufacturers apply additional mesh (dots) to the outer surface of the case, thereby increasing ease of use – fingers “cling” to the mesh or points and the case is less prone to slipping out of hands.

Pros: additional palm rest when using a smartphone.

Cons: Not everyone will like this design option.

Silicone case with reinforced corners (shockproof)

There is a version of silicone covers with specially reinforced (thickened) corners, which are designed to absorb shock when the device falls at an angle. The solution is quite interesting, but it should be borne in mind that it makes the phone in a case more bulky and less convenient to use. And the price is often much higher than the classic case.

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