1 out of 3 (33%) customers recommend this product
Galaxy SIII White La Fleur Flip Case
EFC-1G6RProtect your Samsung Galaxy S III with a genuine Samsung flip case. You can prevent scratches and other damage to the screen by simply closing the cover, but the speaker slot means you can chat even with it closed. Your Galaxy S III also retains its thin and sleek shape, because the flip cover simply replaces the battery cover, rather than adding excessive bulk. And, with the elegant La Fleur pattern, your phone stays stylish, too. 3.333 5 3 reviews
Recycling Batteries Responsibly
- Prevent damage to the screen by closing the cover
- Chat even with the cover closed thanks to the speaker slot
- Enjoy a stylish look with the La Fleur pattern on the back cover
- Keep your phone thin by simply replacing the battery cover
Dimension (HxWxD)135.9 x 67.9 x 14mm
AreaGalaxy S III
CompatibilityLa Fleur Flip Cover
Owners Overall Ratings
Sort ByHighest Rated
I have this case for my Samsung galaxy S III, and overall, it's not that bad. In terms of design and look, it's great! But when it comes to protection.
.. It's not that bad. It protects the screen from scratches, so bye bye screen protector, and it actually makes some sense. With most cases, the case protects the back the most. Why protect the back? I mean, isn't it the screen what we're trying to save? Oh well. But when using it, that starts to get a little tricky. You don't need to have two hands free to pop it open, but I find it easier to just keep it folded while using it, which helps BIG time. But it doesn't look nice when using in public. It's really...not so pretty. In conclusion, it's a good case to have, it just has some pros and cons.Show more +
I have just bought this phone and features looks great!
I have two major complaints about this phone -- one that was redesigned for the s4 but not the s3. When taking photos you have to hold open the coverwhich is awkward.
The reason you have to hold it open is because there is no hole for the camera, thus you can not just flip the cover behind the entire phone -- which would make the most logical sense. My bigger complaint is that it actually offers no protection. Over the course of the year I've dropped my phone a few times, often times, the cover will swing open right before it hits the ground so it will land directly on the screen (I have a screen protector though so it's never done much damage). Except this last time, it dropped on concrete and the protector (again) swung open and resulted in the screen cracking on my phone. It looks nice, but that's about all it'll do for you.Show more +
- MOST HELPFUL
- HIGHEST RATING
- LOWEST RATING