Consumers should check the product description of the case for their phone's exact name and model number to ensure a perfect fit. For example, owners of the BLU Studio 5.5 should look for this model in the case's description; a case for the BLU Studio 5.0 is unlikely to fit.
Shoppers on CellCaseUsa.com can browse through a list of BLU phone models to quickly find their phone. The retailer's selection includes hard cases, flexible skins, clip-style covers, soft pouches and premium cases made from leather or carbon fiber. The audio video retailer B&H sells BLU-compatible flip cases, candy shields and Armorflex shells, though the selection is mostly geared towards older models. On eBay, the offerings vary from week to week, but the online auction giant is a good bet for finding cases that fit newer models. As of 2015, the auctions for the Studio 6.0 include candy shields, folio leather wallets, Armorflex cases and decorative skins.
As of 2015, BLU phones are sold in America by many major retailers, including Staples, Best Buy, Amazon and Walmart. Started in 2009, the young company is growing quickly thanks to its combination of smartphone technology and competitive prices. However, cases that are compatible are still less plentiful than those for other smartphones, and BLU owners find more options shopping online rather than in the store.