SAN DIEGO, Oct. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --Verizon Wireless® today announced the sleek yet powerful DROID Turbo by motorola® available exclusively at Verizon Wireless. LifeProof®, the award-winning maker of waterproof protective solutions for handheld technology, adds to the excitement with the fre® waterproof, drop proof, dirt proof and snow proof case for the new DROID device, available now.
"We are excited to expand the LifeProof line to the new DROID Turbo," said LifeProof CEO Brian Thomas. "LifeProof is thrilled that fre will be available on the same day as the device launch. Thanks to our partners at motorola, we are able to deliver waterproof protection to Droid Turbo users on the first day they can purchase the phone."
LifeProof fre lets Droid Turbo users go further with their technology with protection against water, snow, dirt and dust. Technical specifications include:
- Waterproof and fully submersible to 6.6 ft. (2 meters)
- Ingress protection rated to IP68
- Shock proof to Military Standard 820F-516 to withstand drops from 6.6 ft. (2 meters)
The case is designed to optimize all features and functions of the device including speakers, volume controls, touch screen and dual cameras. A built-in scratch guard keeps the display in pristine condition. The case includes a headphone jack adapter that maintains the waterproof seal when installed.
Based in San Diego, LifeProof designs, manufactures and markets cases for smartphones and tablets that deliver protection, style and functionality. LifeProof is built on the idea of giving everyone the complete freedom and confidence to use their mobile devices in any environment. Designed to defend against water, dirt, snow, shock and the hazards of daily life, LifeProof lets consumers use their mobile device everyday, everywhere, for everything — without worry. For more information, visit www.lifeproof.com.
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