Official Samsung Galaxy S10 cases leak in press renders & video
The Samsung Galaxy S10 series isn’t set to be announced until February 20th but by now almost every detail surrounding the devices is known, covering everything from specs and design to fact that reverse wireless charging will be included. And now, with just over a week to go until the event, some of Samsung’s official Galaxy S10 cases have leaked out in a hands-on video by online retailer Mobile Fun.
Following in the footsteps of previous launches, Samsung will be offering a range of LED View Covers for the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10e. Functionality-wise, these covers appear to be no different from Samsung’s current options. This means users will be able to view certain information through widgets on the front panel. On the inside, the cover also includes a card pocket. The accessory does, however, appear to be incompatible with the reverse wireless charging feature dubbed Wireless PowerShare.
As seen in the video, the case in question will be available to purchase in Black. However, previous leaks have revealed that Samsung is developing Green, Blue, White, Yellow, Navy, and Pink. It’s unclear if some of the more colorful versions will be limited to the Galaxy S10e, though.
Alongside the LED View Covers, Samsung has prepared premium Leather Covers for the flagships. In addition to the Black version, Green, Gray, Blue, Red, White, and Yellow options are to be expected.
Samsung’s other official cases are yet to be shown off but a previous leak did suggest the company was working on a wide range that consists of Silicone, Clear View, and Protective Standing Covers. A transparent case is to be expected too.
UPDATE: The folks over at Droid Shout have obtained press renders of Samsung's lineup of Galaxy S10 cases which can be seen in the gallery below.