Rob. S. 1,500 Posted December 28, 2019 Share Posted December 28, 2019 (edited) As a protective case, I've already decided to try a Huawei P20 Pro flipcase, when my phone finally will arrive, similar to the latest case @EskeRahn has found in his extensive research on that topic. Now one big question for me remains – how will I fix it in my car? If possible, I want to continue using the Brodit holder system which attaches the phone very securly, but still rotatable, to the dashboard so that it stays out of my view through the windscreen. The system consists of two parts – one part dedicated to the specific car, and one part dedicated to the specific phone. The selections for both cars and phones are impressive, although not complete; specifically some of the latest phones are missing which will probably never get a dedicated shell (like my current Moto Z3 Play – there's a generic shell available, though, too, that can be adjusted for different sizes, but it looks a bit too chunky for my tastes). Some years ago, a car-side part was still available even for the 1986 Audi 90 [B2] I used to drive until 2013 (today, of course I'm driving a much more modern car, a 1993 Audi 80 [B4]). Back when I bought the HTC Desire Z, and, later, the BlackBerry PRIV, I was able to get dedicated shells for each of them (here's the one for the Desire Z, and here the one for the PRIV), specifically built to allow both for rotating the device and sliding out the keyboard! As I'm not expecting to get a dedicated Pro1 holder from them, though, I'm not hoping to get a holder that leaves the slider keyboard functional, but I'd be happy enough to be able to get a shell that lets me use it as a "normal" phone. Now, am I wrong to assume that the Huwei P20 Pro shell, with the keyboard part fixed to it, might get in the way by obstructing the screen half of the phone a bit so that it might not close properly? Cheers, Robert Edited December 28, 2019 by Rob. S. 1 Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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