Three different Galaxy S20 series cases surfaced
He has shared three different cases that Samsung will announce, the Protective Standing Cover, LED View Cover, and Clear View Cover. Those cases may seem familiar to you, as they were announced with the Galaxy S10 series as well.
In any case, these are variants for the company's upcoming Galaxy S20 series of devices. These cases will become official along with the Galaxy S20 series on February 11, quite probably.
The Protective Standing Cover case will offer a decent amount of protection it seems, hence its name. The 'standing' part is due to its kickstand on the back. This case comes with a built-in kickstand, so you can prop up the phone when needed.
The LED View Cover will allow you to see some info on the case itself, such as time. And last, but not least, the Clear View Cover. The Clear View Cover comes with a built-in display, a display that is shown on the right portion of the case's front side.
That tall display will be able to show quite a bit of info. It will not only show you the time, date and battery percentage, but also come notification info, and so on. It all depends on what you need / want at the moment, as it's likely you'll be able to tweak that info. This is a wallet-type case, by the way, it covers the whole display when closed.
All of these cases are shown in Black and Gray renders in the gallery down below, if you're interested in checking them out. It's quite likely that Samsung will offer them in more color options, though.
The devices will become official on February 11, along with these cases
The Galaxy S20 series will become official on February 11. The company will announce three devices as part of the series, the Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra.
A ton of information surfaced on all of those devices, so we know exactly what to expect. All three phones will include a display camera hole on the front, and thin bezels. The S20 Ultra will be the most powerful offering, and the largest one, as well.
The Galaxy S20 and S20+ will be made out of aluminum and glass, while the 'Ultra' will feature stainless steel and glass build. The first two phones will arrive in 4G and 5G variants, while the latter one will be available in 5G flavor only.
The Snapdragon 865 will fuel these devices in the vast majority of markets, not in India, though. The Exynos 990 will be in charge of doing that in India, at least according to rumors.
Along with the Galaxy S20 series, Samsung is also expected to announce the Galaxy Z Flip on February 11. That will become the company's second foldable smartphone.