We’ve had an awesome time reviewing UAG products, and since the Galaxy Note 10 is now a thing, we should review the Monarch for Samsung’s latest flagship phablet.
Now, the thing about UAG cases is that they are made to be pretty strong, only Otterbox can really compete. The prices are comparable, but I will get to that.
I’ve never been able to describe the style of UAG cases, but they usually have this kind of “belt buckle” look to them. I have yet to find a better description than that. The company calls it an “armor frame”, and maybe I should go with that whenever someone asks me to describe anything UAG.
So, I am not certain what is really different about the Monarch for the Samsung Galaxy Note10+. You can see the “framework” on it, and it used to be that it felt pretty metallic. This time, it feels a part of hard plastic, and there is apparently five layers of it.
Of course I’m never going to give a UAG product a bad review, and this one is going to get a recommendation if you have the Galaxy Note (or Note10+ that I got). It comes in black and red, and the one for the Note10+ comes here.