The Gadget Case for Galaxy S23 is to bring protection and utility to the latest Samsung flagships

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The Gadget Case for Galaxy S23 is to bring protection and utility to the latest Samsung flagships
Have you boarded the hype train yet? We’ve got about a day left before the Samsung S23 is finally and officially unveiled at Samsung’s Unpacked Event. And despite that, there's still loads to be hyped about, like this Gadget Case for the Galaxy S23 that may have just leaked.

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Go with T-Mobile or AT&T right off the bat and you can pay nothing for a vanilla S23 with 256GB storage (with an eligible trade-in). Verizon's version starts at $59.99 with trade-in. Or pick an unlocked model and cough up $159.99 after trade-in credits.
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This — supposedly official and to-be-made by Samsung — rugged case was leaked on Twitter, so apply your grains of salt. Allegedly, it would have versions to fit your Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus or even your Galaxy S23 Ultra. And we thought that the last batch of Galaxy S23 cases that we reported on was extensive.

It is called the Gadget Case, because it features a MagSafe-esque connector on its back, where users can attach different accessories. From the leaked images, we’ve seen two of them: a helpful kickstand and a nifty compact wallet. Neat!

From the looks of things, the connector won’t rely on magnets alone to ensure that your accessories don’t fall off. There are some ridges going along its sides, so maybe “snap ‘n’ twist” will be the go-to methodology here.

We don’t know if the case will come with these two gadgets out of the box, but we do suspect that — if the case turns out to be real — there may be more accessories coming our way. After all, it only makes sense to make the most of such an idea, right?

But let’s talk about the elephant in the room — or rather, the rhinoceros — the case itself. It looks like something that can not only take a beating and probably even give one if utilized properly. It looks to be made primarily out of rubber and with protruded edges for extra protection. The parts around the connector look metalized though.

So in review, the Galaxy S23 series may be getting a series of rugged cases that won’t just offer maximum protection, but also maximum utility. Is Go-Go-Gadget Case going to become one of the most used phrases of 2023? Maybe, but let's first wait for the Gadget Case to release first.
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