In India, Samsung is collaborated with Starbucks. The latter will sell unique limited edition protective covers for the former’s Galaxy S22 range of smartphones and the Galaxy Buds 2 TWS earphones as part of this collaboration.
The new cases will be accessible through the Starbucks app as well as the Starbucks Naver Store. The cover for the Galaxy S22 Ultra is based on the “Silicone cover with Strap” design, according to these cases. The Galaxy S22 case, on the other hand, lacks a strap but boasts a huge branding. The slogan “Count the stars in your Galaxy” appears on the Galaxy S22+ cover.
While each of the flagship smartphones has gotten a new limited edition case, the Galaxy Buds 2 has gotten two. One of them is quite ordinary, with a plain cover with Starbucks’ distinctive green and logo. The other, though, is a bit more unusual in terms of design. This second one transforms the Galaxy Buds 2 TWS earphones from the South Korean electronics giant into a cup of Starbucks coffee.
Notably, both of these cases are even compatible with the Galaxy Buds Live and Galaxy Buds Pro as well since they have a similar charging case. Interestingly, all of these cases have been made out of eco-friendly materials. Furthermore, these are only available in limited quantities. As of right now, these cases are only available in Starbucks South Korea and it’s unknown if these will make it outside of the region.
Cases by Starbucks for the Samsung Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+
The headset cases are very standard, with the exception of the Starbucks green hue and branding. The other is more lighthearted, transforming the charging case into a cup of Starbucks coffee. Please keep in mind that they are only compatible with the Galaxy Buds2, Galaxy Buds Live, and Galaxy Buds Pro (their charging cases are the same on the outside).
Starbucks carrying cases for Galaxy Buds2, Buds Live, and Buds Pro
All of the cases are constructed from environmentally safe materials. Please keep in mind that they are only available in limited numbers.
It’s unclear whether other regional Starbucks locations will provide comparable cases.