Let’s design a case for your phone

Let’s design a case for your phone

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Mobiles phones are fabulous tools – an easy method of communicating where you are, wherever you are.

But it’s the phone case that has Cambodian teenagers talking.

If you want to design your own phone case, the technology’s now there, and there are lots of shops that will let you do it.

“It’s not just smart phones, we can design iPads as well,” said Lim Sophea, the owner of Sweetie Elidashop, an online shop.

“Just give me the picture file that you want us to design and we’ll do it immediately, using a high-tech machine from Taiwan at a reasonable price.”

The new trend for teenagers is to have a phone case with a picture of themselves with their lovers on it.

“It to shows their love and trust, as mobile phones are with them any place and any time,” said Sophea.

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