Amazon Italy Now Selling Spigen Galaxy S9 & S9 Plus Covers

Amazon Italy has begun selling a bunch of Spigen Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus covers, ranging from thicker and more protective cases to those which come in more of thin style with a little bit of flare to them thanks to the use of a sparkly design on the back. The covers range from 8.99 Euros to 15.99 Euros, so while these aren't U.S.-based prices, with the conversion amounts being about $11 and $19, U.S. consumers can probably expect these to cost anywhere from $12 to $20, though Spigen will likely announce official U.S. pricing closer to the launch of the two new phones, if they don't pop up on the U.S. Amazon website before then.

Since the designs of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus have already leaked numerous times in what are likely the final and official design, all of which match up with the designs in these cases, the arrival of them on Amazon is less about seeing a leaked phone design and more about it being more evidence that suggests the prior leaks have all been correct. Samsung is scheduled to announce the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus officially at Mobile World Congress during its Galaxy Unpacked event which takes place on February 25.

So far, In addition to these cases from Spigen a number of other cases have already leaked as well, and Samsung itself has already started teasing the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus, first by way of an invite which alluded to the two phones reimagining the camera on smartphones, then by way of a few teaser videos which do the same thing and tease the presence of a few new features, such as Slow-mo video capture and animated emoji, as well as AR stickers. Though cases are hardly official proof of a phone design, Spigen is a well-known and popular brand of cases which makes products for many different phones, so consumers should be able to expect that these will be a perfect fit for the devices one Samsung launches them in the near future. Consumers who are interested in grabbing any of them can hit the button below to do so.

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