i-BLADES announced today the release of their popular smartcases for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. Not only they provide protection but they can add juice and storage to your beloved phones on-the-go.
What separates the i-BLADES cases from its competition is the ability to add modules called Smartblades which can add up to 12 hours of battery life, 64GB of additional storage, and there is also a VR attachment. The Smartcase also come with an “Enviro Sensor” which measures air quality, temperature, air pressure and humidity. According to the case maker, “all Smartblades are transferable across smartphone models, allowing users who are upgrading from previous Samsung models to keep photos, files, and more without a fuss.”
Here is the list of specs:
- Misc: Made for the Galaxy S8. Durable, protective,lightweight, injection-molded polycarbonate (PC) material with smooth, soft-touch rubber-coated finish. Galaxy S* case Dimensions: 160.5mm (H) x 70.7mm (W) x 12.9mm (D). Weight:39.7g
- Color: Matte Black.
- Built-in i-BLADES proprietary micro-engineered Smartplatform with Smart magnetic attachment system on the back to securely hold Smartblades when snapped-on.
- Bosch BME 680 powered Enviro Sensor for real-time air quality monitoring.
- Includes Free Smart application to manage smartblades.
- Galaxy S8 case made from durable, protective, lightweight, injection-molded polycarbonate (PC) material with smooth, soft-touch rubber-coated finish. Housing: 1800 mAh rechargeable battery; 32GB built-in storage with additional removable SD card 32GB; Micro SD slot for expandable memory up to 288GB (depending on smartphone specification).
- i-BLADES proprietary micro-engineered Smartplatform with snap-on attachment system to attach to Smartcase.
- Universally compatible for use on any i-BLADES Smartcase. Stackable with other smartblades for stack charging.
- Dimensions: 88.4mm (H) x 62.5mm (W) x 9.5mm (D). Weight: 28.3g
You can pre-order the Galaxy S8, S8+ sSmartcases with the battery/memory Smartblade now for $99. Shipping is set to start in May this year.