MagSafe cases are coming for our Android phones; bring them on!

iPhone 12 Pro Max MagSafe yellow case and Pixel 6 Pro Moment (M) Force case, internal side

Credit: Rita El Khoury / Android Authority

Opinion post by
Rita El Khoury

The problem with using MagSafe accessories on Android phones is that in order for them to stick to your phone, you need said phone to have the proprietary magnet array in one form or another. MagSafe adapter rings were a fine solution for a while, but they’re a little unsightly and they can catch on fabric when you slide the phone in and our of your pockets. Cases are more seamless; they hide the magnets inside of them. Until now, however, MagSafe cases for Android were either too expensive (Moment, Mous, Pitaka) or too cheap and no-name-branded.

Take a look at Amazon’s list of MagSafe-compatible cases for the one-year-old Samsung Galaxy S22, for example, and you’ll see a list of “brands” with names that look like someone just hit random letters on a keyboard and called it a day. No big hitters like Spigen, Otterbox, Speck, or others.

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