HAOPINSH for iPhone 11 Pro Wallet Case with Card Holder, White Leopard Pattern Back Flip Case PU Leather Kickstand Card Slots Case for Women Girls, Double Magnetic Clasp Shockproof Cover 5.8″
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PRACTICAL CARD HOLDER CASES: 3 card slots securely hold your ID cards, credit cards, and some cash without taking an extra wallet outside. A strong double Magnetic buckled tightly holds the cards in and does not pop open.
RFID BLOCKING: RFID technology application effectively shields the signals and keeps your personal information safe. The wallet case for iPhone 11 Pro is lined with RFID shielding material which can block RFID signals and protect your credit cards, debit cards, ID cards, and driver’s license from unauthorized scanners.
CONVENIENT KICKSTAND FUNCTION: The built-in leather kickstand can be converted into a multi-angle comfortable view for reading, watching videos, or facetime, providing the best hands-free viewing experience.
SHOCKPROOF PROTECTION: A full-scale covering design to upgrade Anti-fall protective system, protects your phone from daily scratches, bumps, shocks, drops, and shocks. Providing dual-layer protection to your smartphone.
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6.-Feature phones: Basic mobile phones that primarily offer calling and texting functionality. They often have physical keypads and limited storage and processing capabilities.
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10.-Slider phones: Mobile phones that feature a sliding mechanism that reveals a physical keyboard or other features. They were popular in the early 2000s and are less common today.
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