Krusell is a Sweden-based company which manufactures smartphone, tablet and laptop cases, and this company has just listed its cases for the upcoming Galaxy S9 handset. Krusell has actually listed quite a few cases on its official website, and along with those cases, renders of the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus also surfaced, partial ones, though. That being said, let's check out Krusell's cases, as they reveal more info about Samsung's upcoming flagships, read on.
In the images down below, you will notice that Krusell announced five different cases for the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus, two variants of 'Sunne' case, Loka, Nora, and Kivik. The first variant of the Sunne case is actually a 2-card cover, which is essentially a regular cover / case for the Galaxy S9 which comes with two slots for various cards (like credit cards, for example) on the back. The second variant of the Sunne case is referred to, by the company, as the 2-card FolioWallet, as this is a wallet-type case. Both of these cases are made out of premium leather, claims Krusell, while the company also gives you a premium warranty with both of them. These two cases come in Cognac, Nude, Red and Black color variants. Loka case is actually a FolioWallet 2-in-1 case, so it's also a wallet-type case. Nora is the second-to-last case on this list, and this is your typical cover case for the Galaxy S9, though a nice-looking one. Kivik actually looks like a bumper, rather than a case, but it is a case, you just may not notice it as it's see-through in the provided image. Loka case comes in Gray and Black colors, Nora is available in Dark Gray only, and Kivik is see-through, as already mentioned.
Krusell did not list price points for either of the listed cases, chances are we'll be forced to wait until the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus become official later this month. The images that Krusell released reiterate some design details when it comes to the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, the Galaxy S9 sports a single camera in those images, and a rear-facing fingerprint scanner, while the Galaxy S9 Plus comes with a dual camera setup, and also a rear-facing fingerprint scanner. Bezels of the two devices are quite thin in these renders, though chances are these are not real images of the two phones, as icons in one of the provided images are too small, plus those bezels seem to be way too thin. In any case, the real Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus will resemble these renders, quite probably, so keep that in mind. As a reminder, the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus will become official on February 25.