Images Leak Out For The Samsung Galaxy Tab S Flip Cover

We know that plenty of you are most excited about June 12th for the potential release of Angry Birds Epic from Rovio, but a particular electronics manufacturer that goes by the name of Samsung shares the spotlight on that day where they are expected to show off and announce their upcoming device called the Galaxy Tab S. It won't be the first we've seen of the tablet if Samsung brings it out at their conference happening in New York, but it will be the first official showing that users will betting a look at. In addition to seeing some leaked images of the tablet prior to the rumored unveiling this week, we're now seeing some leaked images of the Flip Cover that should be accompanying the tablet when it gets launched.

Sammobile has acquired some images of the Flip Cover that show it off in pretty much full detail although not from every angle we could imagine, but there are a good number of images they provided. For now this is probably all we'll see of it until this thing gets officially shown off by Samsung as well. We get to see the front and the back of the Flip Cover in its closed state as well as see it while its open in a "stand" type of orientation that will be used to prop up the Galaxy Tab S for use at an angle. From the images it looks like to us that the Flip Cover will come in multiple colors which wouldn't really be a surprise, and there are two at the least, being white and what looks like a tan or brown color.

From the looks of things in the images it seems like there are little circles on the back of the Galaxy Tab S that play specifically into an area on  the inside of the Flip Cover case that probably holds it in position while standing up, possibly magnetic. Are you looking at picking up the Galaxy Tab S when it launches? If so are you one to use a case like this one or do you prefer your devices bare with no case at all?

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