Smartphone accessory manufacturer BodyGuardz launched several new cases, screen protectors, and skins meant to complement the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus, Samsung's latest pair of Android-powered flagships announced last Sunday. The company's latest product portfolio includes the UltraTough Clear ScreenGuardz and Pure Arc protectors, as well as three protective cases coming in the form of the Ace Pro, Trainr Pro, and the Ace Fly. Finally, future owners of the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus will also be able to pick up a Clear Skins-series accessory for their new flagship.
The UltraTough Clear ScreenGuardz is the more premium of the two BodyGuardz-made solutions for securing the Infinity Displays of Samsung's latest handsets, being an extremely thin tempered glass protector designed to blend with either the Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus while guaranteeing an extreme level of protection against both impact and scratches. While the latter type of damage isn't expected to be an issue with the devices given how the Galaxy S9 lineup leverages Corning's Gorilla Glass 5, the glass-heavy design of the duo isn't likely to be impact-resistant to any degree. The UltraTough Clear ScreenGuardz retails for $44.95, whereas the company is also selling a more conventional screen protector for $19.95. The three cases from BodyGuardz all utilize the Unequal technology, a patented composite padding solution that the accessory maker describes as being "battle-ready." The Ace Pro and Ace Fly only differ in terms of design and go for $34.95, whereas the Trainr Pro is bundled with a durable elastomer wristband meant to help you carry your phone while running or doing other activities, with that luxury costing an extra $15. All three protective cases also ship with a lifetime warranty, as well as a 30-day money-back guarantee.
The newly announced products are presently only available for purchase directly from BodyGuardz, whereas the Ace Pro and Pure Arc will be making their way to all AT&T stores nationwide once the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus are released later this month. The Pure Arc will also be retailed through major "distributors who supply smaller wireless carriers," a company spokeswoman said in a statement. Samsung's new pair of Android flagships will officially go up for pre-orders tomorrow and is set to be released on a global level come March 16. BodyGuardz is still offering free shipping on all orders in the United States.