Yes, soon there will be a large number of companies making cases for folding phones, starting with Spigen. Even before the Samsung Galaxy Fold was officially announced at the company’s Unpacked event last week, they created as many as 20 mock-ups, all of which have front covers that protect the top and bottom bezels of the 4.6-inch outside screens with cutouts for the rear triple-camera system. At launch, they’ll have Tough Armor, Ultra Hybrid, and Thin Fit (above) models available, priced at around $20. Read more for another video and additional information.
“While the outside of the cases look relatively familiar, the key addition here is the hinge, which phone case makers haven’t had to account for in the past. It seems like every company designing a foldable phone has taken a different approach to the hinge — Huawei’s Mate X folds outward, Motorola seems to be working on one that flips closed — while Samsung has gone with a book-like shape that uses a hinge with multiple interlocking gears on the inside to fold closed,” reports The Verge.