Those swanky Mozo leather covers for the Lumia 950/XL are now up for pre-order

They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and while some may deem the Lumia 950 and 950 XL’s designs old-fashioned or fairly dull, others probably appreciate their aesthetic simplicity, combined with killer specs and a never-before-seen degree of versatility.

Still, if you feel like adding a bit of style to the equation, that’s actually easier than you think, courtesy of a slew of third-party-manufactured but Microsoft-sanctioned premium leather back covers. Mozo is the Finland-based official Lumia mobile accessories partner behind these head turners, and if you hurry, you might be among the first lucky few to replace the bland plastic rears of the 950 or 950 XL.

The cases are made of genuine leather, they feature “premium finishing with vacuum metal coated polycarbonate”, and support both NFC and Qi wireless charging. They can be theoretically had in white, red, brown or black, although the latter two versions are already sold out.

The other two’s pre-order inventory may soon get depleted as well, so you’d better hurry and cough up the €48.50 charged by Mozo. That converts to around $55, and while the accessory designer ships the ultra-fashionable backplates worldwide, it’s going to cost you extra. Namely, $17 or so stateside, starting at €12 in most EU countries, €7.80 in Finland, $17 in China or India.

One final piece of bad news – deliveries will apparently only begin November 16. But it’s not like you’ll be able to easily procure the Microsoft Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL by then anyway.

Source: Mozo Accessories

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