After seeing huge success in the first few months following the launch of Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, the South Korean OEM has resolved into coming in with different variations of these handsets.
The standard Galaxy S7 recently received a tough and tough version courtesy of AT&T. As for those in love with the dual-edge Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, the company went further to bring in a Batman-themed version of this phone dubbed the Galaxy S7 Edge Injustice Edition. This phone is based on the Injustice Edition of the renowned Batman series and if you are a real fan, you’ll be happy to know that this phone will begin official sales this coming June 13th, which is next week Monday.
Samsung Electronics will be responsible for making the sales of this phone. However, you may want to hurry because unlike the standard edition, the Galaxy S7 Edge Batman Edition is only available in limited amounts. The company will reportedly be selling only one thousand units of the phone, which means you shouldn’t delay in any way. Apparently, the Galaxy S7 Edge Injustice Edition will not be sold in all markets that the standard Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are sold. Rather, the phone will be available in select markets that are not yet fully known.
Samsung has priced this special limited edition of the S7 Edge at a whopping $1035. But for this price tag, you will be getting a Galaxy S7 Edge Injustice Edition that features a Batman design with both the front and rear colored in black. The home button looks cooler than the usual edge phone thanks to its golden color while the rear also carries a Batman emblem that is colored in gold.
The entire package will not just come with the Galaxy S7 Edge Batman Edition, but it will also include the likes of Gear VR, a voucher for Oculus VR content, credits from Injustice, Batman suitcase, and a Batman emblem badge. It gets even sweeter for the first 30 people to purchase this phone via the company’s online store – they will be presented with a Batman Injustice version figure.
So, make sure you are there to take advantage of this deal while the stock still lasts.
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