Hello Snoopy: Samsung S4 Covered In iLuv

Written by Oonagh Reidy     08/04/2013 | 10:51 | Category: WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY

AS Australia prepares for launch of hero S 4, iLuv Creative plan to release a slew of cases for the new 5 inch Samsung smartie.

Hello Snoopy: Samsung S4 Covered In iLuv

iLuv Samsung Galaxy S 4 cases include $29 Snoopy (Peanuts designs), $49 premium Modena leather wallet and $19 Gelato soft and squishy cases to keep S4 from wear and tear.

Samsung Oz confirmed on Friday it would launch the new S4 on April 23 in Sydney, which looks the same as S3 with a slightly bigger 5 inch HD screen, faster processor and bunch of smarter new software.

iLuv Snoopy
Although no set date for sale of S4 has been confirmed by Samsung, iLuv will release the cases in 'late April.'

Cases in the Samsung Galaxy S 4 line include:

Snoopy
AU$29.95 Flightfit:
Featuring a fused two-layer construction to guard devices with double the protection, this case is available in three fun colours.  

$49.95 Modena: Premium leather wallet case for stylish protection. Holds credit cards, IDs and cash..

$49.95 Diary:
Leather case with 360 degrees protection.
The interior of the case features a shell to securely hold the mobile in place and multiple card slots for business cards, credit cards, IDs and cash.

$39.95 Bolster: offers 360 protection for the S 4 with a slim and minimal silhouette. The soft front cover folds back and secures in one of several ridges in the back to create a comfortable viewing angle.

$29.95 Snoopy Series: The sleek, customised fit provides direct access to all controls while the durable hard shell construction protects the S 4 from scratches, drops and bumps.




$19.95 Gelato:
Soft, flexible and lightweight case, the Gelato protects it from bumps and scratches.



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