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Mobile Phone Cases and Covers for the HTC Wildfire

HTC released the popular HTC Wildfire in 2010 and many phone case manufacturers have produced cases for it since then. There are all types of mobile phone cases and covers for the HTC Wildfire and they are available in book, shell style and pouch and are produced in a variety of materials, colours and finishes.

When choosing an HTC Wildfire protective cover for your phone, your purchase decision has two important factors to consider, these are the look of the case and the level of protection it provides.

Mobile phone covers for HTC Wildfire that provide the most protection are usually chunky and rugged, which means they detract from the original style of the phone, whereas covers that are slimline and let the look of the phone remain prominent can be less effective at protecting from damage and scratches.

Metallic HTC Wildfire cases

A metal HTC Wildfire case can provide superior protection for your mobile phone, with a stylish slimline look and shiny finish. An Aluminium HTC Wildfire phone protector that is made from aircraft grade materials is a lightweight choice that provides good protection.

Plastic HTC Wildfire cases

Plastic is regularly used to make covers for HTC Wildfire mobile phones. Plastic is a lightweight material and can have either a matt or glossy finish. Some plastic cases for HTC Wildfire have a metallic look, but are much lighter than metal. However, they do not provide the same level of protection.

A plastic cover for HTC Wildfire will usually have a slimline look to show off the phone's style. Plastic covers are sold in opaque and translucent finishes. Patterned cases and covers for HTC Wildfire, along with textured plastic cases, are also available.

Silicon, rubber and gel cases

The range of silicone gel HTC Wildfire case s can absorb high levels of impact energy to provide good damage protection. The covers are lightweight and are usually slim.

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