Can't see what's on your phone when a cover is on it? Samsung's solution is to cut a small peephole in it.
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The new S View Cover for the Galaxy S4 clips onto the top of the new phone, but offers a clever workaround by simply cutting a rectangular peephole into the cover material, giving you partial access to the screen.