- 3 October 2017 11:00
Take note: Protect your Samsung Galaxy Note8 with OtterBox
SYDNEY, Australia – 3 October 2017 – The new Samsung Galaxy Note8 is packed with more features than ever before, giving you all the more reason to protect it from bumps and drops. Fortunately, OtterBox’s full lineup of premium cases for the Samsung Galaxy Note8 is available now in Australia and New Zealand.
With designs ranging from rugged to stylish, OtterBox cases guard Galaxy Note8 from drops, dings and other mishaps.1 Each case design is subjected to 24 or more tests and 238 testing hours, earning the OtterBox Certified Drop+ Protection seal.
Wrap Galaxy Note8 in a variety of stylish OtterBox designs that allow access to every feature and function, including dual back cameras, Bixby voice capabilities and Infinity Display. Each case design is compatible with the Galaxy Note8 S Pen, keeping it tucked away safely when not in use.
Slip Galaxy Note8 into the slim and stylish Symmetry Series or Symmetry Series Clear. Stand out in a crowd with bright, clear, and graphic options. Symmetry Series’ dual-material construction helps guard Galaxy Note8 against drops, while a raised, bevelled edge provides a buffer for front-facing falls.
Commuter Series is a dual-layer case that covers Galaxy Note8 with on-the-go protection. The slimline case easily slips in and out of pockets and its tough shell and shock-absorbing slipcover helps guard against bumps, while also blocking out lint and grime.
Defender Series boasts a screenless, multi-layer design that sets the standard for durable, long-lasting protection and is fully compatible with the curved screen of Galaxy Note8. A rigid shell with a foam liner cradles the device during drops, while a tough, textured outer slipcover absorbs shock and blocks out dust, dirt, lint and grime.
Pricing for OtterBox Galaxy Note8 cases starts at AU$64.95/NZ$69.95 for Symmetry Series, AU$64.95/NZ$69.95 for Commuter Series and AU$89.95/NZ$94.95 for Defender Series. OtterBox cases are available on otterbox.com and in select Australian and New Zealand stores. To learn more, visit otterbox.com.
OtterBox innovates bold products that deliver confidence and trust in any pursuit. From its humble beginnings with a drybox in a Fort Collins, Colo., garage, OtterBox has honed and leveraged its expertise in manufacturing and design to become the No. 1-selling smartphone case brand in the U.S. and a leader in rugged outdoor lifestyle products.2
At the centre of every OtterBox innovation is a deeper goal to effect positive, lasting change. In partnership with the OtterCares Foundation, OtterBox gives back by inspiring kids to change the world through entrepreneurship and philanthropy. To learn more about this mission, visit otterbox.com/givingback.
For more information, visit www.otterbox.com.
1 Defender Series, Commuter Series and Symmetry Series are NOT protective against water. Will provide added protection against drops and shock.
2 Source: The NPD Group/Retail Tracking Service: Cell Phone Device Protection/Units Sold/Jan. 2014-June 2017
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