Best thin and light cases for Galaxy Note 8

If you are looking for a thin and light Samsung Galaxy Note 8 case, this is the right place: we have selected the best choices out there that provide adequate protection for the Note 8 without adding bulk to an already big phone.

Slim cases protect from scratches and light dropsThere are a few reasons why you might want to go with a thin and light case for the Galaxy Note 8: first and foremost, it’s a case that will protect your phone from scratches and other inevitable damage, so you can enjoy using a clean and pristine-looking device for a long …


Alleged Google Pixel XL (2017) design revealed: Thin bezels are in

While it may have been working on three different new Pixel phones for this year, Google will ultimately release only two models – at least if the latest rumors turn out to be correct. These two models should be a 5-inch Pixel to directly succeed the original Pixel of 2016, and a larger handset codenamed Taimen.

Possibly called Google Pixel XL 2017, or maybe Pixel 2 XL, the Taimen is – according to Android Police, a 6-inch smartphone that’s manufactured by LG and resembles the device seen in the render below.

Android Police is “exceptionally confident” that the renders below reveal …

Barely there: the best thin and light Galaxy S8/S8+cases

Samsung unveiled a bunch of cases and intriguing accessories together with the newly-minted Galaxy S8 and S8+. Barring the 2Piece abomination that serves a mysterious purpose, some of those are pretty well thought-out, so you might pick one of the official wrappers to go with your fresh S8. 
That’s if you have money to burn, though, as we all know that third-party makers will be filling the value-for-money void in no time with their own cases for the Galaxy S8. Here’s a preliminary shortlist of a few worthy thin …

Supposed OPPO Find 9 renders show extra thin bezels and all-screen design

When it comes to elusive smartphones, the Oppo Find 9 has to be it. If we had “vaporware” awards here at PhoneArena, this one would have won for two years in a row now. Announced back in March 2014, the Chinese company’s then-flagship smartphone, the Oppo Find 7 (which succeeded the Find 5), has been left without a heir since – which is incredibly unusual, considering the rapid pace of smartphone development where six-month upgrades (and sometimes less) are hardly surprising. We basically assumed that Oppo quietly retired its Find line in favor of its R-series, yet the odd Find 9 rumor keeps rearing …