old case I once used on the Galaxy S2 lying around. A quick search on the web reveals that there is a version for the S4.
The Neo Hybrid is a two piece hybrid case. It comes in two separate parts, the inner layer which is made of silicone rubber, and a polycarbonate skeleton bumper-ish frame. This frame is designed to go over the base silicone layer. This gives the case a unique look, as well as offering users a small degree of customisation. In addition to the yellow I ordered, SGP also offers the Neo Hybrid in black, white and red variants. Three jelly bean button stickers are also included.
Once fitted, the case feels solid, like it has always been part of the phone. Even the branding is inoffensive. The smooth matte texture of the silicon case is nice to touch and is easy to clean and the glossy frame allows for a better grip on the phone. Unlike the Neo Hybrid for the Galaxy S II, all four corners are covered and thus protected. This is important as, structurally, these are some of the weakest spots on a modern smartphone.
Sennheiser IE8 with its L-shaped plug. The volume and power buttons are covered with chrome plastic but still retains the same good feedback as if the phone is naked. As the case is raised by about 0.5mm, the display of the phone is protected from dirt should you ever place it face down. This is the same case for the camera module.
The Neo Hybrid case appears to offer a good amount of moderate protection. I wouldn't trust the case to protect the S4 from extreme accidents. For example, this isn't a case I would use on a hiking trip to Snowdonia, but it should offer adequate amount of protection in big bad London. It is a very stylish case that offers owners of the Galaxy S4 a chance to dispense of the boring old look that Samsung created, while adding a bit of customisation to it, though I do wish SGP added a lanyard loop onto the case.
For £17.99, the Neo Hybrid isn't too pricey (have you looked at how high Apple priced their cases?). Beware of fakes out there. I bought mine direct from SGP via Amazon UK, and it appears to be genuine.