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Review: UAG Metropolis LT Case for iPhone 12 Pro Max


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If you recently purchased an iPhone 12 Pro Max, you will want to protect it. Here is our review of the Metropolis LT Case iPhone 12 Pro Max from UAG.

The Metropolis Lite series is constructed of premium materials that capture functionality and protection in perfect harmony. A seamless material inlay gives your phone a sleek yet bold look along with extra protective padded corners protecting it from drops. Now if your phone falls from your grasp or bag you wont worry when you’re picking it up. Available in 3 variants, Smooth Finish PU (SATN), Supple Italian Leather (LTHR), and High strength abrasion resistant fabric, Armortex (FIBR).

A Closer Look

Final Thoughts

Placing the iPhone into the case (and removing it) is very simple and the iPhone feels secure. There are curved edges on the case that don’t add much to the size of the iPhone. The case is also light weight and so it doesn’t feel heavy or uncomfortable to hold for long periods.

The premium Italian leather not only looks good but feels good too, although like all leather it does scratch easily.

This case meets military drop-test standards [MIL STD 810G 516.6] providing increased shock protection so you know you are getting a safe and secure case!

Using the buttons through the case feels natural and they work perfectly.

Wireless charging works perfectly with the case on so you won’t have any problems there.

The Metropolis LT Case iPhone 12 Pro Max from UAG is available now priced around $59.95 and is available in various colours and finishes. It also comes with a 1 year warranty.

You can learn more from the UAG website.

Andrew Edney
Andrew Edney
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