After unveiling its two new iPhone 6s look-alike smartphones in the Galaxy C5 and Galaxy C7, Samsung has officially introduced a series of suggestive tweets containing Batman-themed imagery from the official @SamsungMobile has had comic book fans in a spin over the last couple of days. Seems like the South Korean smartphone giant looking to get the Internet in a spin with view of promoting the anniversary of the Injustice: Gods Among Us game? Or, as predicted, such as a Batman-themed Galaxy device? An official Samsung announcement has now confirmed all that for; Samsung and Warner Bros. Interactive have teamed up to produce and release a limited edition Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Injustice Edition.
WHOA! This very idea of a sleek, mysterious looking Galaxy S7 Edge emblazoned with the Batman logo is more than enough to raise excitement levels with most of us. It’s just a Batman-themed phone complete with a gold Batman logo on the rear. How cool is that?
However, what you might have expect from the two gorgeous companies, Samsung and Warner Bros. appear to have a few steps further than simply taking the phone and slapping a Batman logo on its back. In select regions it looks as though consumers will also get a Gear VR headset, as well as Injustice game credit and Oculus VR content vouchers.
Additionally though, this limited release package will come with a real gold-plated Batarang, along with a very awesome rubber Galaxy S7 Edge case that has been designed specifically and modeled based on Batmand’s legendary body armor.
Here’s what? Younghee Lee, Executive Vice President of Global Marketing, IT & Mobile Devision at Samsung Electronics had this to say about the partnership:
We are excited to partner with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and offer a special edition of Galaxy S7 edge for fans of Injustice: Gods Among Us. Samsung always seeks to provide the best mobile gaming experience for its users, and this partnership reinforces our commitment to the game’s fans.
Both the Samsung and Warner Bros. are looking forward to introduce the device to the market space as early as next month. Initial availability will be limited to China, Singapore, Korea, Latin America, and Russia. Additional territories will be added in due course.