i-Blades has just announced that they’re releasing smartcases for The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. These cases are set to be launched in no distant time and as a matter of fact they would be in June but the exact date of the launching has not been stated yet. This information was gotten from their website.
The cases would cost a total of $119 when they are launched, there is however, a pre-order option for those who would want to purchase either of the cases depending on the phone owned. If you like this option, you’d be sure to receive a discount to purchase it for $99, this will save you $20. Pre-order shipping would kick off in May. It is also important to note that the discount is a limited time pre-order offer, in other words, the discount would be lifted after their stated time.
The cases are of military grade and they do more than just protect your phones. They have an area at the back on which SmartBlades can be attached. A SmartBlade is a modular attachment that can add extra 12 hours of battery life to your phone, it also adds 64GB storage space to your device. The SmartBlade also has a provision for microSD card slot. So there you go, you can store files on your device memory, microSD card in your device, on the storage space provided by the SmartBlade or on your microSD card inserted in the SmartBlade.
In addition, the SmartBlade has an Enviro Sensor for a user to be able to monitor the quality of air around them as i-BLADES boasts that this provide health benefits.
i-Blades make Smartcases. The company is based in Silicon Valley, California.
Samsung, founded by Lee Byung-chul in 1938, is a South Korean multinational conglomerate company headquartered in Samsung Town, Seoul. Samsung diversified into areas including food processing, textiles, insurance, securities and retail. Samsung entered the electronics industry in the late 1960s and the construction and shipbuilding industries in the mid-1970s. It’s product, Samsung Gear VR is a mobile virtual reality device developed in collaboration with Oculus VR. A compatible Samsung Galaxy device such as the S7 acts as the headset’s display and processor, while the Gear VR unit itself contains the high field of view lenses as well as a custom IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) for rotational tracking which connects to the smartphone via micro-USB.