It’s no secret that I love my Samsung Galaxy Note 2. Almost two years ago, my laptop prematurely died. I’ve owned only two laptops in my life so far, and neither of them lived much longer than
three years, despite my careama and vigilance.
Instead of getting a replacement which would, ultimately, be too bulky, too expensive, and too craptastic with real-use battery life, I upgraded my Galaxy S2 to the Note 2 and haven’t looked back
since. I have the same (or better) productivity and far greater mobility with a “phablet.” If I need some serious photo/video editing or equivalent, my desktop gets that done handily.
Let’s just get it out of the way – the Casefanatic HunterF
case borrows from Apple’s iPhone design, even down to the look and feel of the buttons. The case is flat on both sides, with rounded corners and angled edges all around. What can I say except
that it’s a good look, especially for the Galaxy Note 2. And as far as I know, it’s the only aluminum case just like this.
“Apple is really making the iPhablet?? No way! How did you get that one to test out??” -Gullible Best Buy Employee
The two-piece HunterF case comes with a thin, plastic screen protector, a microfiber cloth, mini screwdriver, and four teeny screws. Only two screws are used to secure the parts of the case
together. The extras are spares.
Although thin, the aluminum is far from being weak or flimsy. I wouldn’t necessarily put much force to test it, but it readily resists strong finger pinches. The HunterF case consists of the bumper