The Galaxy S9/S9+ will be revealed in two weeks time and now its official Samsung cases have leaked online. Apart from the usual clear case and Alcantara covers, there are several fresh new designs for the new flagship duo. Since the Galaxy S9+ will feature a dual-camera system, the cut out for the camera bump is noticeably longer as well.
Before the next Galaxy S9 is unveiled, Samsung will be introducing its new Galaxy A series for 2018. If you’re wondering how it looks like, here’s another look at the device in a fresh batch of casing renders.
The Samsung Galaxy Note8 isn’t the only phone getting early previews through leaked cases. Its home ground rival LG is also getting the same treatment through an online retailer that has started selling cases for the yet to be launched LG V30.
If you’re definitely getting the Galaxy Note7, you might want to get a head start with your accessories. Ahead of its official launch, case maker has revealed its full protection line up for the Galaxy Note7. If you can’t wait, you can even pre-order them right now from their online store.
Can’t wait to get your hands on Samsung’s next big thing? To get started, Spigen has started offering cases for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge ahead of its launch at Barcelona. If you place your order now, they will ship it to you in early March. This is probably an indication that we could get the latest Samsung flagships by mid of next month.
The purported HTC One M9 appears yet again in a leak and this time with an accompanying Dot View case. The design still looks unchanged from what has been leaked prior which maintains the same One M8 look but with the squarish single main camera.
However according to other sources the leaked images is far from the actual product, which leads us to believe that this could simply be a decoy to thwart early leaks. But since there is now a case the overall dimensions of the One M9 might be final but expect some design changes. So far we know the two new cases might be in yellow and turquoise on top of the more traditional black colour as seen in the photo above.
Based on the description of the boom sound speaker and front facing camera, the One M9 might very well look like this:
The iPad with its glorious front glass may look sleek but careless mistakes such as dropping it can mess that precious gadget of yours in an instant. For maximum protection, there’s the G-Form extreme case which they have demonstrated an iPad surviving the impact of a dropping bowling bowl.
To take things to the next level, G-Form took it for a drop test at 1,300 feet with help of some skydivers. Watch it to believe. That’s one crazy protection sleeve. Head after the break for another test where they toss it out from a moving vehicle at 180KM/h.
Ok let’s do a quick survey. How many iPad owners out there have had an eight-pound bowling ball drop on your iPad? We’re guessing not many and in the event that a bowling ball did drop on your iPad, we’d take a gander that the iPad would be far worse off that the bowling ball. An accident like that is simply not survivable for an iPad. Or is it?
Enter the iPad Extreme Sleeve by G-Form. Retailing for US$60 (excluding shipping and handling), this unassuming albeit gaudy looking soft case can protect your iPad (or iPad 2) from an eight-pound bowling ball dropped at the height of three feet.
And honestly speaking, if the iPad can survive a bowling ball being dropped on it, it can survive pretty much everything else. Head on over to after the jump to see what we mean.
Each one is unique, hand-sown and is made out of authentic vintage fabric. The ones that caught our attention are the ones that is made out of vintage military uniforms. We just love how the many textures and fabric patterns add so much character to each case, definitely a crowd stand-out!
Head on over to after the jump so see some of our favourite picks.