Z Flip 3 Case for Buds 2 is perfect accessory you can’t buy

After the launch of the Galaxy Buds Pro earlier this year, Samsung updated its headphone lineup with a simpler model, the Samsung Galaxy Buds 2. It was announced alongside the new Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 folding devices. — but what few people have learned is that he gained an accessory inspired by the latter.

And yes, we are talking about an official product: in South Korea, the TWS phone included a gift from Samsung during pre-order. A protective case totally inspired by the brand’s new flip cell phone. Available in white, black, violet and green.

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The details are very careful and detail the smartphone’s new external screen, as well as its two external cameras and even the LED flash. But of course, none of this here is functional. What’s more, the accessory fits into the regular Buds 2 case instead of replacing it.

The most interesting thing is that the product mixes a different look for the case, at the same time it promotes the new folding cell phone: the opening for removing the headphones makes the accessory unfold like the clamshell smartphone.

No marketing

Unfortunately the freebie was only included in the pre-order for South Koreans, with no forecast for other markets. Even those who want to buy them separately there cannot — unless they resort to resellers who purchased the product during the period in which it was distributed. Samsung has not said whether there are any intentions to market it there or in other territories in the future.

Remember that Apple’s AirTags also gained a curious customization: the result of Elago’s creativity, they can now be camouflaged as an iPod Shuffle.

Galaxy Buds 2 are available in Brazil in black, white, green and violet. They were included as freebies in the pre-order of new Samsung foldings. Around here, they don’t have any protective cover – at least not yet.

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