The idea of flip cases for smartphones isn't new but the HTC Dot View for the One M8 offers a new twist on interactive phone covers.
The HTC Dot View flip case turns the screen of the One M8 into little dots of light.
Removing the flip cover reveals how blocks of graphics are transformed into points of light.
Perhaps it's the minimal approach to text and graphics, or just that I have a soft-spot for old-school LED watches, but for some reason these little dots look very nice.
When calls come in you can reject them.
Answer incoming calls if you want to, without opening the case.
A soft surface helps the Dot View to act as a kickstand.
The Dot View also displays an alert for new voice mail.
The back of the Dot View is made from plastic with a nice soft-touch coating.
Thankfully, the Dot View doesn't make the HTC One M8 much thicker.
Continuing the color-coded trend of Sense 6, the Dot View will come in multiple hues.
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