Force Technology International represents the very best protective brands for today's top smartphones, with those brands being EFM, OtterBox, LifeProof, Gear4, InvisibleShield, Belkin and Case-Mate, all of whom have brand new accessories for the iPhone 13 line.
Recharging your device with EFM can now help recharge the planet through an extension of EFM’s longstanding partnership with Carbon Neutral. The initiative sees a native Australian tree planted in the Yarra Yarra Biodiversity Corridor, Australia’s largest biodiverse reforestation carbon sink, for every EFM power product purchased.
Top tier case and screen protector maker EFM has launched its new range of stylish, extra protective and germ-killing range of Case Armour and Screen Armour products purpose-designed for the 5G-enabled Samsung Galaxy S21, S21+ and S21 Ultra, with the range coming to retail on January 29, 2021.
The race for the perfect smartphone case continues, as each company makes the case that its iPhone 12 case offers the best-case scenario for protection, killing germs, protecting screens and even being better at letting 5G signals arrive with 'performance optimisation'.
Pretty much every new phone that hits the market represents a new opportunity for case makers, and the latest wave of iPhones is no exception.
EFM, an Australian-owned provider of mobile phone accessories, has announced its exclusive partnership with D30 for greater impact protection than competing cases.
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