Casetify’s May the Fourth collaboration brings Star Wars to your Android phone

Galaxy S22 and Pixel 6 are on their way to a galaxy far, far away

Star Wars’ unofficial holiday on May 4 is less than two weeks away, and already now we can feel a disruption in Force. The events of the day itself are amplified, and hints of new merchandise are sneaked out of imperial (corporate) strongholds and divided between the Rebel Alliance. To that end, Casetify launches a little early on May 4 by unveiling its Casetify x Star Wars Collection.

This collection, centered on the original trilogy, goes live on May 4, but knowing the server-crashing fervor Star Wars fans can muster, Casetify uses a waiting list. This is both to prevent website errors on the holiday itself and to give people a place in line to get one of a thousand Millennium Falcon cases in limited edition in aluminum – which is only available for the iPhone 12 and 13 series.

The regular Millennium Falcon cover will be available for the Samsung Galaxy S22 series, and four covers based on original trilogy posters and the iconic Binary Sunset on Tattoine will be available for the following phones:

  • Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro

  • Samsung Galaxy S22, S22 + and S22 Ultra

  • Samsung Galaxy S21, S21 + and S21 Ultra

  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra

Perhaps the coolest part of these cases is that instead of being limited to basic black, almost all cases come in two styles for each phone. For Pixels, you can get the poster cases in either matte or transparent black, which gives some very interesting combinations with the Pixel 6 colors. Similarly, the binary sunset design has transparent black or pink options for Samsung phones – along with a Phantom Purple exclusive to the S21 line that fits perfectly into the design.

The prices of the covers for the open editions range from $ 40 up to $ 65 depending on your model, while the iPhone cover in the limited edition costs $ 149 at the Sith level.

It’s rare and wonderful to see Pixels included in series like these, but Casetify told Android Police that it’s actively working to include more Android phones in their collaborations due to customer feedback and requests over the past year. See, my fellow geeks? Companies able to listen when enough Android users ask for cases that fit their phones.

Sign up for the waiting list at Casetify

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