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Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Poké Ball cases are rare


Included in the case is a pair of headphones.

(Image credit: Samsung)

Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 wireless earphones now have a Pokémon-themed carrying cover. In the form of a little Poké Ball, the case protects the standard Galaxy Buds 2 charging case.

Bundle includes Poké Ball charging case, Samsung Galaxy Buds 2, and sticker pack of Gen 1 Pokémon like Pikachu, Lapras, Gengar and more (thanks to Gizmodo for the heads-up).


The Poké Ball’s rounded shape will likely generate a perceptible bump when placed in your pocket, which naturally increases the bulk of the charging case. When it comes to accessories, we can’t think of a better one for Pokémon Go players. Especially if you’re a music addict who can’t go anywhere without it.

A most elusive accessory

Unfortunately, obtaining this useful Poké Ball add-on will be difficult. On Samsung’s South Korean shop, it costs $109 (£89 / AU$149) and is now exclusively available at that price. Also included in this bundle are some stickers as well as a carrying case and earbuds.

Because the case is compatible with the Samsung Galaxy Buds Live and the Galaxy Buds Pro, it is unfortunate that the case cannot be purchased separately at a lower price. To put it another way, this Poké Ball case bundle is the best value for Galaxy Buds first-time purchasers (or those in the market for a new pair).


However, as of this writing, the package appears to have already sold out. It’s safe to say that the Poké Ball case was a big hit with Pokémon aficionados in South Korea. Right now, we can only hope the bundle makes it to the West, where it will be available to Pokémon fans around the world.

This year, Pokémon as a franchise is soaring, and we’d love to see that happen. Pokémon Legends Arceus, released for Nintendo Switch in January, supplied the series with much-needed fresh air with a semi-open-world, exploration-based style in addition to Pokémon Go’s enormous popularity.

In addition, Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, the next instalments in the mainline series, are expected to be released by the end of 2022. We can’t wait to get our hands on these new games, which include a Spanish-inspired setting and the ninth generation of Pokémon.


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