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Entering the mobile accessories market, Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) has launched a special limited ‘Edition’ case series for the Android devices. The cases will be made available for the Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Samsung Galaxy S5, S6 and Note 4. Also, available will be live wallpapers of satellite images of Earth in the night and the constellation.

To target the youth market, the company has collaborated with Grammy Award winner musician Skrillex. He has created three unique designs for the cases. Confirming the news, Google Accessories Senior Manager Kari Clark said that the series was being started with Skrillex and the designs that he has created are based on his space fantasy. He always envisioned about space and now his fans can see what he always liked.

Skrillex Fans Bonanza

Another benefit that the Skrillex Case comes with is that it gives you special access to his content and the live wallpaper. It is numbered individually and is available at the Google Store outlets in June. Skrillex confirmed the partnership with Google on his Twitter account. The cases are only for limited Android devices and as Skrillex has an iPhone, he cannot use it.

Exclusive Access to Skrillex Updates

Google has priced the Skrillex Live Case at $40. Skrillex said that the phone cases were novelties and the sillier it appeared, the more chances it had for being in demand. He thought that this was a cool thought but one that was a great marketing strategy.

Google also confirmed that apart from the exclusive songs and wallpapers that the buyers are entitled to with these cases, they will also get hands on Skrillex’s latest album OWSLA from Google Play feature. They will also get updates about his upcoming work from time to time.

That is not all as the buyers will also get access to his music feeds on YouTube through a shortcut button that has bèen created in the Live Case. This button can also be customized to help users access their favorite apps. Google has announced that this limited addition mobile accessory will be available across U.S. from today, till stocks last.