Products out this spring will allow users to build LEGO on the back of their smartphone.

Belkin acquires licence for LEGO mobile cases

Belkin has struck a licensing deal with The LEGO Group to produce a line of "buildable" cases for mobile devices.

The first smartphone cases in the range will arrive in the spring. They feature LEGO bricks, so users can place actual pieces of LEGO on the back of their mobile device to customise it.

The multi-year licensing partnership will see Belkin focus on the iPhone and iPad to begin with, but there are plans to extend the product range to include other devices.

“The LEGO company is a renowned global brand, synonymous with quality, design and most importantly, fun,” said Patrick Sullivan, director of product management at Belkin. 

“This partnership opens up a whole new audience for Belkin and we are extremely excited to work together on a line of cases based on iconic LEGO toys that will inspire creativity and promote individuality in people of all ages.”

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