LG G4 Noreve case pre-orders with stock notification

Even though we have yet to learn the official release date for the LG G4 handset, we know that this flagship handset will be with us very soon, hence why we have already seen accessory makers showing off a few accessories. A fine example of this is the Noreve Tradition LG G4 Leather Case, although there is also the B version as well, which is more expensive.

Both cases are beautifully handcrafted from leather and are very sleek in their design, as to not add too much bulk to the phone itself. If you are looking for a slim, padded case to protect from damage, quick access to the phones features, a convenient fastener, and a beautiful interior lining, then both these cases will be perfect.

You can already pre-order these cases now, with the Noreve Tradition costing £39.99 and the B version £44.99 from MobileFun, both of which says that stock will be due in 2-3 weeks.

LG G4 Noreve cases

There are not too many differences between the two cases, although from what we can make out the B model is the one with the compartments for credit/debit cards.

While we would not usually advise you to order a case for a phone that has yet to be released, these case makers already have inside knowledge as to the design of the LG G4, as well as the fact that LG has already released some details. You then add in the fact that MobileFun is one of the best mobile phone accessory websites in the UK, and you then know it is perfectly safe to put in your pre-order.

Images are of the LG G3 version, and so are for illustration purposes only.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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