I have been using a Samsung Galaxy S3 for about a year and a half now and have used a case from the beginning primarily due to how slick the device is.  There was simply too high of a chance for me to not get a strong grip on it when pulling it from my pocket and then watching it fall to its doom.  That case has been great but it also added a decent amount of girth to my phone and therefore made it unusable in certain situations.  Enter the Karbon S Case by Evutec.

I have been using the Karbon S for the past few days while at CES, and I must say it has been a very pleasant experience.  I was a bit skeptical of it at first because I was unsure of how I felt about putting my phone in a case that is not really capable of protecting against high drops, but the added grip that this case provides has rid me of this thought.  It has a soft-touch feel that really just makes the S3, which is typically to thin and slick for me to hold onto bare, fit perfectly in my hand.  It also leaves it slim enough(since it only adds 0.7mm of bulk) to fit perfectly in my jeans and slacks pockets.  Although it does have a soft-touch feel, it also has the added bonus of not being hard to remove from a pocket in a similar manner to silicon cases.

The only con with this case that I have found is that despite its strength, it is not able to protect a GS3 from much more from scratches on its body and maybe small drops.  As mentioned before though the extra grip that it provides leaves me confident that I will not drop my phone.

Overall, the slim form factor combined with the soft-touch texture has made me fall in love with this case very quickly.

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Nathan Buth

Currently I am enrolled as a student at Full Sail University pursuing a Bachelors of Science degree in Mobile Development.I originally was brought deeper into the tech world after getting an OG Droid and obsessively changing the custom ROM and theme it was running on at minimum a weekly basis.In 2012 I luckily managed to get a ticket to I/O and became a Glass Explorer.Since then I have worked on a startup as a mobile programmer, attended Glass Foundry, and received Glass.My primary device is a GS3 which I use alongside a Nexus 4, a Nexus 7, a Pebble, and Glass.