Mujjo sleeves now available for Samsung’s Galaxy S3
Mujjo's Galaxy S3 sleeves are available in two different styles
29 JUNE 2012, VENLO, THE NETHERLANDS
SummaryToday Mujjo announced a sleeve line-up specially designed to protect Samsung’s “iPhone-killer” Galaxy S3. Mujjo’s Samsung Galaxy S3 cover comes in 2 different styles, each style is available in two different colors.
Samsung launched the Galaxy S3 across Europe last month and is expecting to launch worldwide in July. Expectations for this “iPhone-killer” are extremely high. Mujjo made the decision to design a sleeve and a wallet for the new Samsung device due to popular demand from Mujjo admirers and resellers.
The design is similar to Mujjo's protective cases developed for Apple’s iPhone. The hand-dyed leather Galaxy S3 sleeve offers a comfy fit and contemporary style and is available in two colors, white premium leather and brown premium leather.
The Galaxy S3 Wallet is available in two color combinations, dark grey wool felt combined with brown leather and light grey wool felt combined with white leather. The wallet includes a smart storage compartment allowing you to store your business cards, credit cards and more!
The new sleeves specially designed for Samsung’s flagship are now available for pre-order in Mujjo’s Online Store and are expected to be available in retail at the beginning of August.
"Samsung: 10 million Galaxy S3′s will be sold before the end of July" Digitaltrends
"We have already received a huge demand for Samsung's Galaxy S3 sleeves" Tom Canters
"The Samsung Galaxy S3 is the Ferrari of Android phones" Cnet
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