Nokia Lumia 920 enters Otterbox Cases vs Naked
Smartphones have become thinner and lighter with ever increasing screen sizes in the last couple of years, and there are many users that like to protect their treasured handset with some sort of case product. The flagship Nokia Lumia 920 now has some Otterbox cases to protect it but some users may still like to use the handset with no case at all.
Otterbox have long been renowned for their tough and rugged case products that are available for a variety of smartphones, and the company behind them has now made available two different models for the Nokia Lumia 920. They come in the Commuter Series and the Defender Series and both offer tough protection for the device.
The Defender series is manufactured from a tough polycarbonate case that features a built in screen membrane that will protect the display from scratches and smudges, while an outer silicone layer provides that tough protection to the handset. For you money you also get a holster that allows you to adjust the handset into any position and the case is priced at $49.95.
Meanwhile the cheaper Commuter Series Otterbox case for the Nokia Lumia 920 is made up from two layers of silicon and polycarbonate combined, which promises great protection for the handset without adding too much bulk, and this one is priced at $34.95.
Some will wonder if there is any point in owning a nice sleek new smartphone only to hide it away in a bulky case, personally I have always used a minimalist case that doesn’t add too much bulk with at least some protection for my handset.
Many owners of the Nokia Lumia 920 will love its stylish sleek looks so probably will not want to hide this away inside a case, but it’s when you have a mishap with your smartphone by dropping it or it slipping out of a pocket or bag do you wish it was protected by some sort of case. What do you think are you a fan of putting cases on smartphones?