Accessories include cases, a pouch, a stylus pen, a premium headset and a screen protector
Doro has launched a new range of accessories to accompany its range of mobile handsets.
The Swedish manufacturer, which primarily targets users aged 65 and above, will sell the range of seven accessories through its website.
The range includes a new bumper case, available in black for the Doro 8030 and Doro Liberto 825. It retails for £15.
The range also includes two other cases: a flip cover case and a wallet style case, both for the Doro 8030 and Liberto 825, and both costing £20.
For feature phone users, Doro has took wraps off the leather-effect Pocket Pouch, which comes in two sizes and costs £15.
Doro has also unveiled a £7 stylus pen for smartphone users, and a £15 screen protector. Finally, it has launched a premium headset that is suitable for its full range of devices. The headset includes an anti-tangle cable and costs £20.
Doro UK and Ireland managing director Chris Millington said: “When someone invests in a Doro smartphone, we want them to use their device safely and securely. By creating products that protect our devices we lower the chances of them being left at home as users feel they can take their handset out and about with confidence.
“It’s more than just protection though…our in-house design team has worked hard to develop these accessories to enhance the overall user experience. For example, a case that doubles as a wallet, can really transform how our customers actually use their devices on a daily basis.”