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Abundance of HTC One cases

With the HTC One nearing its release in the US, we thought we would have a look at one accessory in particular that most smartphone users need, and that would be cases. Seeing as though this is a new handset, which is yet to be released in America, we’re surprised at the abundance of HTC One cases available.

As always, choosing the correct one can be a tough decision, but you just need to think clearly about what you need one of these cases for. Maybe you just want to offer a little protection without adding too much weight, considering the HTC One already weighs more than the Galaxy S4, or you need more protection because there is a chance your handset could get damaged.

Firstly, we have the GemShell for HTC One from Speck. This case is made from polycarbonate and is shock absorbent, but we would not try to drop your phone from a great height, as this $34.95 case only offers limited protection.

Next up we have the Double Dip Hard Shell for the HTC One, and what we love about this case is how the design helps to complement the looks of the handset itself. Again, the case has been made from polycarbonate, but it seems to have a far better look than the case above. The price for this is $23.95.

If it’s more protection that you are looking for, then look no further than the Otterbox One Defender Series, which is also made from the same material as the two cases above, but offers far more protection thanks to the silicone outer layer and the screen protector as well. Prices start from $49.95.

Finally we have the HTC One Double Dip Flip case, which has a tough polycarbonate outer shell and a soft polycarbonate lining. What we love about this accessory is how it not only offers a decent amount of protection for your HTC One, but also looks like a premium case as well, all for just $27.95.

If these cases are not to your liking, then let us know what HTC One case you will be getting?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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