Samsung Makes Marvel Superhero Cases for the Galaxy A-Series and S10 Series

Samsung has quietly launched the Marvel Superhero Cases for some Galaxy A and Galaxy S smartphones. The company has not officially revealed anything regarding this. However, the Marvel Superhero Cases are now available on some third-party retailers.

According to SamMobile, these cases are listed on Amazon Germany. There are four different superhero cases: Spider-Man, Avengers, Iron Man and Captain America.

Samsung Makes Marvel Superhero Cases: Spider-Man, Avengers, Iron Man and Captain America

Galaxy A-series smartphones who will have these cases are Galaxy A40, A50, and A70. Moreover, Galaxy S10 lineup will also get these cases. Moreover, these cases are quite expensive. The Galaxy A covers will cost around €30. Moreover, the Galaxy S covers are a bit too expensive and will cost up to €35.

As we already mentioned, Samsung has not revealed anything regarding this. So, we are not sure about the availability of these cases in other markets. As these phones are not available in all the markets. So, the same will happen with the cases.

Samsung Galaxy A-series contains quite famous and loveable smartphones. Among them, Galaxy A70 is a true flagship device with lots of amazing features in it. The Samsung Galaxy A70 has on-Screen Fingerprint Security and super fast charging 25W. For its software, Samsung Galaxy A70 runs One UI based on Android 9 Pie with inbuilt features like one-hand navigation, Night Mode, App Timer, and the standard suite of Samsung apps. The other Galaxy A smartphones also have some amazing features. This series has already launched in Pakistan. Let’s see these cases will be available here or not.

Onsa Mustafa

Onsa is a Software Engineer and a tech blogger focuses on innovation in technology. She likes music, photography, traveling and exploring nature.

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