GIFTING GUIDE FOR MOBILE PHONE ACCESSORIES

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BY ROBBIE IMES 

Accessories are the next best thing to getting a new phone. Once that fresh mobile device hits your hands, browsing for cool add-ons is irresistible. Camera enhancers, cases, earbuds, rapid chargers — the options are endless.

If your loved ones find themselves with a brand-new phone, surprise them with a thoughtful accessory. There are plenty of options available. To narrow down the field, we’ve put together a handy mobile phone accessories gift guide.

 

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Wireless charging pad

For those that embrace a truly wireless world, this attractive charging pad is a great gift that is stylish and useful.  

 

ATT Wireless charging

 

Wireless Earbuds

You will get more for your buck from Jabra Elite 75t Earbuds. They have excellent quality for under $200. 

 

jabra

For the iPhone users, AirPods are the only way to go.

 

 

airpods

 

Camera Lens Attachments

Mobile phones are the new cameras. Why not make the memories more vibrant? The CoPedvic Phone Camera Lens brings a level of professionalism to everyday mobile shots.

phone lens

 

 

Video Stabilizer

Gimbals – a tool that uses motors and sensors to stabilize a camera – have quickly become the go-to accessory for those who love shooting video on their mobile phones. With steadying capabilities, videographers get a smooth, professional look with the ease of a handheld device.

stabilizer video

 

LED Enhanced Bluetooth Speaker

Talk about a cool gift. This JBL speaker will get the party started right. It boasts superior sound, a modern design, is waterproof and gives a dazzling 360 degree LED light show.

 

jbl speakers

 

 

 

Magnetic Car Mount

This is a surprisingly useful phone accessory. There’s no sticky mess on your dash, no special case for you device, just two magnets that keep your phone securely in place as you drive. It’s inexpensive and effective.

car mount

 

 

The information included within this article is AT&T sponsored content written by Currently Media editorial contributor Robbie Imes. The statements in this article are his own and don’t reflect the positions, strategies, or opinions of AT&T.