Whether you just bought the Google Pixel 2 at its new lower price or chose it over the Pixel 3, you’ll want a case to protect your phone. Which is why we’ve gathered a list of the best Pixel 2 cases available so far. We’ll explain the different case styles and what each one has to offer.
Buyers have several great choices from popular 3rd party manufacturers, as well as cases made by Google themselves or partners. They’re really expensive though, so we found great alternatives that are more affordable.
You can get cases as low as $7, which is much better than spending $150+ to repair a broken screen. Then, we have a few for around $12 that offers a little more protection. More expensive cases have extra durable materials, screen protectors built-in, or more features. Either way, we have you covered. From thin clear cases, military-grade protection, or super cheap cases.
If you have a Pixel 2 you’ll want extra chargers, a screen protector, and of course a case. Honestly, an $8 TPU case is better than nothing, but we still recommend spending a little extra on a more durable case.
High-end cases use premium materials, real wood, or deliver extra features like a kickstand or built-in screen protector. Keep in mind that the Pixel is water-resistant, so a waterproof case isn’t necessary. If you have Google’s Pixel 2 XL, check out this roundup of cases.
With so many options to choose from sometimes it is easy to get overwhelmed. Especially if you saw some overpriced cases in Verizon or Best Buy stores. That’s why we’re here to help. We’ve found great cases from big names including Griffin, Spigen, Speck, Under Armor, Incipio, Google, and others lower than you’ll find in most stores. Buy one today from our slideshow below. Also, consider one of these best official Pixel 2 accessories made by Google.
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