The Galaxy S9 will finally be announced at the end of next month, but there’s one accessory maker who’s already prepared for its arrival. Now you can buy skins for the 2018 flagship from dbrand if you’d like to add some more color or texture to the phone’s design. Considering the Galaxy S9 won’t be all that different from the Galaxy S8 in terms of design, it may not be a bad idea to pick up a skin or two to change the look yourself.
With dbrand’s skins, you’re allowed to customize four areas on the phone. Coverage is available for the front top, front bottom, back, and camera. Each area comes with the same selections so that you can keep a similar look everywhere or mix-and-match.
The categories include Carbon Fiber, Dragon, Stone, Matte, Metal, Leather, True Color, and Wood. More than two dozen individual colors and textures are offered.
Getting full coverage for your Galaxy S9 isn’t too expensive. The four areas put together cost just under $20. That’s a pretty affordable way to personalize the Galaxy S9 without needing to send your phone to a paint shop that automatically voids the warranty.
If you’d like to get another unofficial-yet-accurate look at Samsung’s 2018 flagship, check out this leak from VentureBeat. The publication shared an image showing both the Galaxy S9 and S9+, which will be announced in a few short weeks at MWC 2018. So stare at that image until then or just hope more leaks surface in the meantime.