Samsung Galaxy S III Cases Appear on The Web
The Samsung Galaxy S III was only announced yesterday, but smartphone case-maker Proporta already has cases for Samsung’s latest flagship.
A forum post on MobileTechReview shows four cases designed for the Samsung Galaxy S III. Three of the new designs are simple snap cases that protect the plastic back of the phone, and the fourth is a wrap-around leather case.
The first three cases sports designs that range from the British Union Jack to the ends of colored pencils and a black case with white lettering that says “I’m specsy and I know it.” The designs aren’t exactly mind-blowing, but they’re the first basic cases we’ve seen for the device so far. These three cases will cost $19.95 each.
The fourth case is relatively simple, just a flip leather case with “aluminum lining” and a clasp at the bottom. It looks like users will have to hold the flap that covers the screen in one hand to use the camera Samsung is so proud of. It’s not for every user, but it looks like a good fit for those who fear they’ll scratch the phone’s screen and don’t use the camera very often.
The company also has a few other designs on its website, though they all have the same basic design.
It’s impressive that Proporta already has cases ready for the Samsung Galaxy S III. We assume the company either saw more accurate leaks than we did, or just worked really quickly to get renders ready after Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S III.
Stay tuned for a Samsung Galaxy S III cases roundup as we wait for the official U.S. release date.