These limited-edition smartphone skins are just what the Jedi ordered for Star Wars fans

If you're a Star Wars fan and you want your smartphone to show it, then make sure to check out the latest limited-edition Galactic Series skins from Slickwraps.

Created by artist Justin Maller exclusively for Slickwraps, the two new Star Wars-inspired skins feature a colorful representation of either an Imperial Stormtrooper or none other than Darth Vader. The two skins also come with a matching wallpaper, which is a welcomed bonus. Unfortunately, priced at $24.95 a pop, these are some of the most expensive skins for your smartphone. On the upside, the manufacturer says that it will send you a new skin if something goes wrong during the installation process.

Ahe Slickwraps Galactic Series skins are available for a range of high-end Android smartphones, such as the Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, S6 edge+, Galaxy Note5, Google Nexus 6, LG G4, or the HTC One M9. If you hail from the iOS side of the Force, you can have these colorful Star Wars skins on your iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6, or iPhone 6 Plus.

In a time when smartphone makers rarely go beyond designing a generic handset, users have to look to other sources if they want to personalize their phone. Third-party cases that flavour up the design have been around for a while, but it can be a daunting task to find a case that doesn't spoil the overall aesthetics of the smartphone. As such, it's not surprising to see that skins, which are basically durable stickers, have started to draw interest from smartphone users looking to spice up the design of their handsets without adding unnecessary bulk.

What do you guys think of the Galactic Series smartphone skins from Slickwraps?

source: Slickwraps


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