OtterBox Case for BlackBerry Z10 Smartphone Now Available

OtterBox Case for BlackBerry Z10 Smartphone Now Available

OtterBox, one of the top case makers, has announced that have made available their OtterBox Defender Series protection for the new BlackBerry Z10 smartphone. The new multi-layered case unifies a two piece shell, outer silicone slipcover and built-in screen protector. If you want to protect your Z10 from drops and shocks this is the case for you.

Check out the press release below for more information.

Press Release

FORT COLLINS, Colo.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–BlackBerry® (NASDAQ: RIMM; TSX: RIM) announced the availability of the BlackBerry® Z10 smartphone – a power-packed device featuring the new BlackBerry®10 operating system, large all-touch display interface and a host of impressive features. To coincide with this extension of the BlackBerry brand, OtterBox® now offers trusted Defender Series® protection.

“We have a longstanding relationship with BlackBerry and are excited to once again introduce a premium case for their latest innovation in smartphone technology,” OtterBox President and CEO Brian Thomas said.

OtterBox, recognized as an industry leader in device accessories, now offers Defender Series cases for the BlackBerry Z10 smartphone. This multi-layered case unites a two-piece inner shell, built-in screen protector and outer silicone slipcover to deliver a solid defense against bumps, drops and shocks. Also provided is a holster-style swiveling belt clip.

Get protection that inspires confidence with the Defender Series BlackBerry Z10 case by OtterBox. For more information, visit www.otterbox.com.

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