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emoji dials up new partnership with Fabpops

Limited edition emoji brand icons to appear on phone grip accessories.

Limited edition emoji brand icons are due to appear on popular phone grip accessories, thanks to a new deal with Fabpops.

The new Cool Grips will launch from this autumn. The twist and lock mechanism secures the Cool grip in a closed position, while Air Pop Technology allows it to shape and mold around finger widths for comfort and ease. The grip also clings to any magnetic surface.

“Fabpops brings technology and practicality to the next level with a magnetic functioning phone accessory built for ease and comfortability,” said Louis Fabec, ceo and founder of Fabpops. “It’s been a pleasure partnering with emoji and allowing personality and style to blend with everyday use.”

Marco Hüsges, ceo and founder of The emoji company, continued: “We are excited to showcase our emoji brand icons in a new way via this new technology.

“Fabpops is bringing expression and personalisation to cell phone accessories with the biggest and best library of icons and we are happy to be a part of this new innovative product line.”

The deal was brokered by Retail Monster, The emoji company’s US licensing agent.

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