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The best iPhone SE 2 cases available to buy right now

Apple unveiled its first iPhone of 2020, the iPhone SE 2, on Wednesday. The second-generation SE is the first mid-range device to enter the iPhone family since the original SE hit shelves back in 2016.

The phone is available to pre-order from today with prices starting at £419. But, just because it costs a little less than the iPhone 11, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t protect it.

From tough, protective cases to multitasking wallets, Trusted Reviews has swept the internet for the best iPhone SE 2 cases available to order right now.

Best clear iPhone SE 2 case

Two iPhone SE standing on white backgorund showing Olixar Ultra thin iPhone SE 2020 gel case

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Olixar Ultra-Thin iPhone SE 2020 Gel Case in Crystal Clear – £6.99

If you’re looking to protect your phone from drops and scratches without hiding its shiny black, white or red finish, then this Olixar Ultra-Thin case is for you. At just £6.99, you can’t go wrong with this super slim case.

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Best stylish iPhone SE 2 cases

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Apple Leather Case for iPhone 7/8/SE in Saddle Brown – £35

Apple’s leather SE 2 case has a simple, classic look. The European leather case features aluminium buttons and a microfiber lining to keep your iPhone scratch-free.

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Otterbox iPhone SE (2nd gen) and iPhone 8/7 Otter + Pop Symmetry Series in Go To Blue – £34.99

A collaboration between Otterbox and PopSockets brought us this Otter + Pop case in Go To Blue. Not only does the built-in PopTop give you a firmer hold on your phone, but it can easily be switched out for other colours and patterns whenever you want to change up its look.

Best wallet iPhone SE 2 cases

A black iPhone 11's Gear4 Oxford Eco fitted on an iPhone 11

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Gear4 Oxford Eco in Black – £34.99

This eco-friendly wallet case is made from recycled plastic water bottles and includes slots to hold your cards. The case is also drop-resistant for up to 13ft, features a built-in stand and is coated with an anti-bacterial treatment that kills 99.9% of surface bacteria.


A black iPhone SE's genuine leather wallet case fitted on an iPhone SE

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Olixar Genuine Leather iPhone SE 2020 Wallet Case in Black – £19.99

The Olixar wallet case is one of the more affordable genuine leather wallet cases on the market. With card slots tucked inside and a built-in viewing stand on the back, this case offers more than just protection for your SE 2 at less than £20.

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Best tough iPhone SE 2 cases

Back panel view of a silver-black iPhone SE's cover

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Otterbox iPhone SE (2nd gen) and iPhone 8/7 Defender Series Case in Big Sur – £42.99

The Defender Series is Otterbox’s line for ultimate protection. This case boasts three layers of defence, including a touchscreen protector as well as a cover to keep dust out of your charging port. The Defender also includes a polycarbonate holster to clip onto your belt or use as a hands-free kickstand.

Back panel view of a silver-black iPhone SE's cover fitten on an iPhone SE

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UAG Plasma iPhone SE 2020 Protective Case in Ash/Black – £29.99

This semi-transparent case from Urban Armour Gear is built from strong TPU casing with reinforcement on the corners to help it survive most drops. This case is designed with the outdoors in mind the buttons are even over-sized to make your phone easier to navigate with gloves.

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