Frequency Telecom has become one of the first to distribute accessories for the new HTC One handset, which is rumoured to be available at the end of March. Retailers from all over Europe, can now pre-order the new range of protective and slim-line Case-Mate accessories. Amazon and Carphone Warehouse have already placed orders for the cases, ensuring that they have accessories in place for when the handset becomes available.
Gareth Limpenny, managing director of Frequency Telecom comments: ‘We are thrilled to be able to offer the channel accessories on the very latest handsets as soon as they launch from our vendors. Enabling retailers to maximise profit around the initial hype once the HTC One enters the marketplace is incredibly important.’
The HTC One will hit the stores at the end of March, possibly the beginning of April. Frequency Telecom, the exclusive European distributor of Case-Mate, will provide a collection that includes three cases in the Barely There range— providing a splash of colour to the new device without adding bulk, along with Case-Mate’s ever-popular Tough case, which offers maximum protection thanks to its impact resistant polycarbonate armor. For that finishing touch and consumers additional piece of mind, Case-Mate has also produced a screen protector to accompany the range of cases.
Available in smart black, crisp white and hot pink, these snap-on cases fit like a glove and include a cushioned lining for impact protection. With a Barely There case, users can keep their new HTC One looking as stylish and slender as the manufacturer intended.
True to its name, the Tough case boasts an impact resistant polycarbonate hard shell, with a shock-absorbing interior cushion. Its two-piece construction including the flexible bumper provides the perfect fit, while a rugged, textured finish makes it easy-to-hold and grip. Available in black.
Frequency Telecom provides Case-Mate products to a number of retailers and produces cases for all major manufacturers including Apple, Samsung, HTC, BlackBerry, Nokia, Motorola, LG and Sony.