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QWERT-astic

Called, simply, Keyboard Cover, this cover for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 gives you a full QWERTY keyboard for typing long messages. Notice how the screen adjusts when it senses the case.

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Snap on

The case is made of two parts: a sleeve you place over the phone and the keyboard part, which clips over the front.

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Bottom edge

You can see how the case wraps around the phone.

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Back cover

One downside to this slightly rubberized back cover is that you won't be able to see the phone's glass backing.

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Side view

You can see the plastic handles you pull to remove the QWERTY front plate.

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Typing's just fine

I only handled the case for a few minutes, but was able to quickly and comfortably type out a few sentences of text.

There are even home screen and navigational buttons on here.

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Charge it up

If you use a wireless charger like this, rest assured that the phone will charge through the Keyboard Cover. For even more details, we weigh in on the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 here.

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