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Mobile Fun's Genuine Samsung Galaxy S3 Flip Cover

Me with my new Samsung S3 flip case./Everything She Wants
A few months ago, I finally upgraded my outdated, clunky smart phone to the streamlined Samsung Galaxy S3.  While it's a couple models behind the latest Samsung Galaxy phone, I love it. And the Genuine Samsung Galaxy S3 flip cover I was gifted from Mobile Fun has made my phone even better.

I selected the official Samsung case in a fashionable dark pink color.  Besides being lovely to look at, it fits and protects my phone without looking bulky or detracting from the phone's super slim profile.

Admittedly, I'm not a tech gal.  So in a "blonde" moment, I originally tried to fit my phone into the case without removing the back cover. But my gadget-savvy hubby (his review of the I-Phone 5 case he picked from Mobile Fun is coming soon), quickly showed me how to easily snap the phone into the cover.

The sturdy yet feminine case is great to travel with (see the photo of me with the case on a recent trip to Sandals La Source Grenada resort), and the trendy flip cover provides privacy and shields from the glare of the summer sun.

Since the pink flip cover is a bestseller on Mobile Fun.com, it may be currently out of stock. But check the site if you want this cute case, which I was unable to find at any of my cell phone carrier's stores. Mobile Fun also has plenty of other stylish S3 cases and covers to suit everything you want.

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