Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Injustice Edition Officially Unboxed [Video]
Following Samsung's teaser of a DC-themed Galaxy S7 edge, an unboxing video that showcases all the goodies it has in store has sprung out, and it's awesome.
Officially called the Injustice Edition, the smartphone sports Batman's iconic logo and a palette of black and gold — the receiver and the physical home button at the front and the camera bump at the rear are gilded, and the rest of the body is finished with glossy black, giving it a premium and sleek look. The Samsung name and the Batman logo are also written and painted in gold.
As for the other stuff inside the box, there's a gold-plated Batarang, a special phone case and a black Gear VR with content vouchers. What's more, the handset comes with Injustice: Gods Among Us preinstalled plus game credits and a Batman-inspired theme.
To bring this limited edition handset, the smartphone maker teamed up with Warner Bros., celebrating the three-year anniversary of the Unreal Engine-powered fighting game set in the DC universe.
"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," Younghee Lee, Samsung's executive vice president of global marketing for the IT and mobile division, says.
Needless to say, this is the perfect smartphone for fans of the caped crusader and DC.
Hit up the video below and watch the unboxing video in motion to see the Galaxy S7 edge Injustice Edition in all its glory.
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