- Size (LWH): 9.13 inches, 22.06 inches, 13.06 inches
- Weight: 3.2 ounces
OtterBox Commuter Series Case for Motorola Photon 4G - Retail Packaging - Black (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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Top Customer Reviews
Getting this case on is easy. Getting it off to clean the phone and/or change the battery is easy too. I like the easy on / off with the great protection. I have not used the screen saver that came with this as I am using another kind of screen saver sold by another seller ... so I cannot speak to the ease of applying the screen saver that came with this case.
My only complaint, is that the silicon is a lint/dust magnet. UGH. I'm constantly cleaning off lint and dust. I wish Otterbox would have found a way to have the plastic wrap around the silicon so I would not have to deal with a dirty looking phone. BUT ... a dirty looking phone is tolerable when compared to the protection this case offers.
Over all, a good buy and good value for your money. Do not hesitate to buy this.
For those looking at the Photon, I really like the phone, but battery life is typically short. Motorolla put the micro USB charging cable on the side of the phone making it somewhat awakward to use when plugged in. They should have put the connector on the bottom.
I wanted a hard case for my Motorola Electrify (US Celluar) the Moto Photon looks the same so i bought this case and sure enough it fits just fine.
No fault of this product but I'd like it to have covered the phone in hard plastic a bit more. The corners and bottom edge have only the soft cover for protection. And the film screen protector doesn't cover the full glass surface, (The bottom nav buttons are not covered by the film)
The charger cord has plenty of room to plug in fully and buttons work fine with the rubber covers over them.
Good case for a good price and a great seller for the fastest shipping I've ever seen! I'd buy this case again, No doubt!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good but breaks after a couple drops which is kinda understandable because it is a weird phone to fit a case for.Published 12 months ago by Clarice K. Sutton
This is a fully enclosed case for a slide phone. If you install it, the case looks and feels protected because the case encloses the entire phone with rubber and plastic. Read morePublished 20 months ago by jyb
Just what I expected. Good quality/ durable and it fits perfect. I would definite recommend this product. Keep up the good workPublished on March 18, 2014 by Cathy Wilkinson
It was not the correct otter box that I needed and it was not a real one it was too thin.Published on February 17, 2014 by chasity schoolcraft
Doesn't fit my Motorola XT897. The skin comes off. Hard case obscures on/off buttons. Have to remove it to charge. Awful, awful terribleness.Published on February 11, 2014 by nepthys
My son really loved it. It's very durable. He was able to give it to friend when he upgraded his phone.Published on February 9, 2014 by Natalie R. Morris