The only way to have a Nokia Pure View, as far as I know, is by buying it. You can't get the phone through a contract, as
UK's networks won't be offering this phone. So, you have there a phone that costed you about £500.
If you drop your phone, for example, it would be a good idea to have some protection and this hard cover does just that.
It is strong and it does protect the phone. The phone gets even bulkier with it but then again most, if not all, people who buy this
phone buy it because of the camera. It is not a normal, slim smartphone and it is not supposed to be.
This hard cover is a product from Nokia itself ( Made in China...). The hardcover wraps the back of the phone and it leaves open the access to cables etc. You can click the buttons for zoom and camera through
the cover. That thing hanging there in the picture is the lid for the lenses, so the whole back of the phone is protected by the case.
If you want to take pictures, just take the lid off.
The only thing I didn't like about this hard case is the lack of option for colour. It would be better if Nokia had white hard covers, for example,
to use with white Pure View phones. I have the white handset and now, thanks to the cover, my handset is red. The colour is not so "flashy" as it shows
in the picture. It is more opaque and it is also a bit darker than the picture, what is good.
It is really worth having this hard case to protect the Nokia Pure View. The order total was £15.88. Is it too much for a phone cover? I don't think so. I'd rather spend extra money to protect an expensive product
than risking having no protection for the product.