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Google has two cases in store for the Nexus 6

The Naked Tough Case and Stand Folio Case are two options to ensure that your premium new Lollipop powered phablet isn't scuffed with scratches!

Published onNovember 7, 2014

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Looks may only be skin deep, but with mobile tech they’re surface style. Each year, OEMs release a cornucopia of new products, some of which feature stellar designs, others which play it safe. Yet ironically, for all the banter surrounding something, one thing will always hold true: it can break. To this end, a vast number of companies have released cases and covers designed to protect your precious investment. Ironically, said peace of mind obscures the very design the phone was to showcase. However, it’s scratch free!

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Google’s Nexus 6 is a big phone. It’s too big for some yet despite the initial backlash of horror, has sold out. Twice. Big phones are liabilities, as they require two hands and are that much more likely to drop. Here to save the day, two cases will soon be available via the Play Store. Please click on the prices for a direct link to the item.

Naked Tough Case ($35): Though not stated, it appears to be made of hard plastic and comes with an integrated stand, as Google calls it, to allow for hands-free viewing when watching YouTube, movies, or any other assorted media. In addition to the dual layered shell, chrome buttons adorn the sides.

nexus 6 naked tough case

Stand Folio Case ($40): This folio case includes a micro-fiber internal lining and two inner pockets for business cards. Clever design allows the case to fold, allowing the phone to stand horizontally. Although the product page doesn’t indicate, the outside looks to be made of either leather or an imitation material complete with hand stitching.

nexus 6 stand folio case

So, is anyone interested in either of these two cases? Let us know in the comments below.

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