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    Toy Story-inspired Galaxy Buds FE cases are available today

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    Last updated: November 6th, 2023 at 09:57 UTC+01:00

    Samsung has partnered with Disney and Pixar to release two Toy Story-inspired case designs for its first Fan Edition wireless earbuds, the Galaxy Buds FE. The Lotso and Hamm cases for the Galaxy Buds FE are now available in Korea, and the company says it plans to release even more unique designs through various brand partnerships.

    Samsung hasn't mentioned any details about a more widespread release in more countries. However, in Korea, the Lotso and Hamm Galaxy Buds FE Toy Story cases are available exclusively through the Gmarket online shopping mall.

    Customers can buy the cases together with the Galaxy Buds FE earbuds or separately. Each case + earbuds combo costs 125,900 won ($97), but from now to November 19, buyers get a special price of 105,900 won ($81.71).

    Story continues after our Galaxy Buds FE review video

    Existing Galaxy Buds FE users in Korea can purchase the Toy Story cases separately without the earbuds. The Lotso case costs 39,600 won ($30,55), and the Hamm case is slightly less at 36,300 won ($28).

    On their own, the Galaxy Buds FE cases are available at Samsung's online and offline stores. Only the discounted product bundles seem to be available exclusively at Gmarket.

    Not Galaxy Buds FE-exclusive

    Another bit of good news is that, although this launch celebrates the Galaxy Buds FE earbuds first and foremost, the Toy Story cases are also available through Galaxy Buds 2 Pro and Buds 2 product bundles at Gmarket. However, they cost a little extra, as you'd expect.

    And last but not least, Samsung says more fun cases might be coming soon. In its press release, the company states that it “will continue to support the diverse tastes and sensibilities of Galaxy Buds users in the future. We plan to engage in extensive collaborations with various brands […].”

    Customers in other markets who need a new pair of standard wireless earbuds can get the Galaxy Buds FE for relatively cheap. They're the most affordable wireless Buds from Samsung. You can buy them for $99 or even save a few extra dozen bucks by trading in an old pair of headphones.

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