In addition to protecting your Galaxy S9 and S9+, Samsung Galaxy S9 LED wallet cover offers a few unique features to make it fun and effective to use your Galaxy S9 and S9+
This Galaxy S9 accessories guide shows you everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy S9 LED wallet cover: unique features, how does the cover work, pros and cons of the cover, how to customize and use the cover.
What are the unique features of Samsung Galaxy S9 LED wallet cover?
The official Galaxy S9 accessories were designed to enhance some features or improve the user experiences of Galaxy S9 and S9+.
Unlike the Galaxy S9 clear view cover, Galaxy S9 LED wallet cover does not have a translucent front. It is opaque.
So, Galaxy S9 LED cover uses LED dots on the cover to display icons for calls and notifications on the front cover.
The unique features of Samsung Galaxy S9 LED wallet cover includes:
- LED icons for incoming calls, notifications, alarms, battery status, clock and music controls. You can assign different LED icons for different contacts and different apps so that you can know who is calling or where is the notification from without opening the cover.
- LED with colours. You can assign border colours to the LED icons for Galaxy S9 LED cover. In previous generations of LED cover, there is no border colour option.
- Powered by the phone battery through the NFC connection (induction).
- Respond to incoming calls directly on the cover (LED part) without opening it.
- Control the music playing on the cover directly.
- Respond to alarms on the cover directly.
Of course, as a cover, Samsung Galaxy S9 LED wallet cover offers decent protection for the phone.
How does Samsung Galaxy S9 LED cover work?
As you may know, you need the power to light up LED icons. But there is no built-in battery in Galaxy S9 LED wallet cover.
So, how does the cover get the power?
The answer is NFC.
Samsung Galaxy S9 LED cover gets the power from the phone battery through NFC. The cover is a passive NFC device and communicates with the phone using the NFC chip inside the cover.
Like other passive NFC devices, the case can draw power from … Read the rest