There are plenty of kickstand cases on the market today, but none are as sleek or low-profile as this upcoming release from Japan's Claustrum. The case does two things: it can keep the phone upright horizontally or elevated for a better viewing angle when on its back and the flap also slips through your fingers to make the phone easier to hold in your hand. The flap mechanism sits flush in the case and pops out when you push a small button. The case also features a hybrid construction that is made from glass fiber reinforced plastic to make it compatible with your wireless charging devices.
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