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Cases and Covers for HTC Sensation XE

Established in Taiwan in 1997, HTC Corporation is a global consumer electronics company specialising in smartphones that use Windows Mobile and Android operating systems. Popular with music lovers, but with the screen fragility that is typical of all smartphones, most owners tend to protect their device and there is plenty of choice of cases and covers for HTC Sensation XE.

Hard plastic cases and covers

These cases for HTC Sensation XE phones are a slimline option. They help mobile phone owners to protect their handset while keeping it sleek and lightweight.

Hard plastic cases and covers come with many different designs. They are easy to attach and they're budget friendly too. These cases are especially popular with those who like to change the look of their phone regularly.

Soft silicone or gel cases and covers

Silicone cases for HTC Sensation XE phones are slimline and grip directly onto the handset. But, unlike hard plastic skins, their soft texture creates a layer of soft cushioning, protecting the device from everyday bumps and knocks. They also act as a shock absorber if the phone is dropped.

They come in several different styles and some have pictures or patterns. Others come in a single, striking shade for an eye catching pop of colour. Whereas some soft cases are clear and colourless to offer protection while preserving the stylish look of your mobile phone.

Leather cases and covers

Leather pouches for HTC smartphones are slim and sleek. They are easy to use, as the phone is slipped inside and a metal tab that keeps it in place until needed. Leather pouches are often favoured by people who keep their phone in a bag with lots of other items that can cause minor scratches.

Leather mobile phone wallets are a practical choice also. The covers tend to flip open, so they can be kept on when the phone is in use. As well as protecting the handset, they also have spaces for cards and cash, so they allow users to keep their essentials together.

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