Featured Review: Verus Verge Case for the HTC One M9

We might be in full Samsung mode right now with the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, but we haven't forgotten about the HTC One M9. Today, we're looking at one of Verus' many cases for the HTC One M9. This is the Verge case, which has two parts. There's a thin TPU case that goes against your HTC One M9. Then there's a hard case that goes on top of that. The Verus Verge case is available in red, dark silver, military green, satin silver, and shine gold. I think I like the red model the best though.

It has a sort of brushed metal look, which kinda matches the beauty of the HTC One M9. It's really comfortable to hold, and doesn't slip out of your hand. Which is probably the most important feature of any case. There are cut outs on the back for the Camera and the dual-LED flash. As well as two cut outs on the bottom for a micro USB port and a 3.5mm headphone jack. There's no cut outs for the power button and volume rocker, but they are textured and easy enough to push.

This case from Verus is a really sharp looking case, and one I'd definitely use every day. While it's thin it still provides some protection for your device, which is always important. It also has a great amount of grip, so that it won't be slippery, which has been an issue with previous HTC devices, however, the One M9 isn't slippery at all. Verus is also using just the TPU layer at the top and bottom, to allow signal to transmit into your device. That means it won't affect your signal for voice and data, as well as WiFi, Bluetooth, and NFC.

Verus has a slew of other cases available on Amazon that you can pick up for the HTC One M9 as well. Feel free to check them out. Additionally, the Verge case is going for $19.99 right now, with a listed original price of $39.99. So you better grab it before it goes up.

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