Catalyst Introduces Impact Protection Case for Google Pixel 4a

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New cases strengthen the offering of protection for Google devices

Catalyst Impact Protection Case for Google Pixel 4a

“We want to make sure Google customers have the best protection available," said Catalyst CEO June Lai

Catalyst, the award-winning manufacturer of the world’s most protective and stylish cases and accessories for smartphones and electronic devices, introduces the Impact Protection Case for the new Google Pixel 4a. The new cases strengthen the offering of protection for Google devices, a partnership that was launched in 2019 with the development of Impact Protection Cases for the Google Pixel 4 and 4XL.

“Consumers have a wide variety of choices when it comes to smartphones. No matter their preference, Android or iOS, they are making a significant investment and one that shapes the center-point of their daily communication and connection with the world,” said Catalyst CEO June Lai. “We want to make sure Google customers have the best protection available and will continue to innovate and design cases so a broader segment of the market can experience the difference a Catalyst case can make in their confidence to live their adventure freely without worry of damage to their device.”

The Impact Protection Case for Google Pixel 4a is tested drop proof to 9.9ft (3m) high due to the high-tech design and materials used to engineer this case, and has a back covered in a Polymetric grip to prevent marks and fingerprints. The case features an exposed face for direct touchscreen access. A raised top and bottom bezel protects the display, front camera, and other important touchscreen features while being simple to install and remove. The open ports give unobstructed access to the headphone and charging ports. The rear camera is sealed and protected to keep out dust and debris and the sloped rubber seal provides easy and smooth access to the fingerprint sensor.

The new cases are available now and shipping globally providing a fresh, sleek design that showcases refinement in performance and style while offering the highest level of protection.

Catalyst Impact Protection Cases for the Google Pixel 4a
Available Now | $39.99 USD
The Impact Protection Case for Google Pixel 4a is tested drop proof to 9.9ft (3.0 meters) high thanks to the use of high-tech design and materials. The raised bezels protect the screen from face drops and the wrist lanyard provides an extra element of security. The case features an exposed face for direct touchscreen access and the back of the case is covered in a Polymetric grip that prevents markings from fingerprints and scratches. It provides full access to all ports and functions including the fingerprint sensor at the back of the device and wireless charging. The grippy buttons are very responsive and the anti-dust ring will protect the camera lens. New to the Google Pixel series design, Catalyst has added a SIM and tool holder. These convenient storage spaces are built into the interior of the case, providing a space for a SIM card eject tool for convenience and the ability to seamlessly swap out the SIM.

About Catalyst
Catalyst is a premium lifestyle accessories brand founded to create iconic products that enable people to explore and share their world. Catalyst offers the highest performance accessories that are the best value for their customers. Josh Wright is an award‐winning industrial designer who graduated from the Art Center College of Design and June Lai is the research, development, and business partner at Catalyst. In 2010, after seeing a requirement for a product that fit their needs but did not yet exist, they designed and developed a line of high-performance everyday case, accessories, and sleeves for their many outdoor and underwater adventures. Catalyst is available in more than 70 countries including USA, Canada, UK, Germany, China, Japan, Korea, Australia and the GCC.

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