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Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ covers detailed in new video


Last updated: February 15th, 2018 at 22:57 UTC+02:00

We’re merely days away from the official launch of Samsung’s new flagship and it seems like the company has started shipping out the official Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ covers to retailers. One online retailer already started selling a couple of official Galaxy S9 covers today and now a video has been posted online which gives us a good look at some of the official covers.

The video posted today also shows us how these covers will look on the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+ since it appears that a dummy unit is being used for demonstrating the fit and finish.

Galaxy S9 covers

According to previous reports, the official Galaxy S9 covers include a new style called Hyperknit which is a material used mainly for sports clothing. It features in this video alongside the LED View Cover that now comes in a woven fabric texture. The LED notification lights can display some color now which is a nice improvement.

The simplistic Silicone Cover gets some screen time as well and Samsung doesn’t seem to have made any major changes to it beyond adding new colors. The Clear View cover, already available for previous Samsung flagships, makes a return for the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+ as well with color-matched housings.

Samsung will officially showcase all of the new Galaxy S9 covers, some of which are missing from this video, on February 25 when it takes the stage in Barcelona to unveil its new flagship smartphone.

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