Just a handful of hours after originally putting out the Bat Signal teasing an upcoming announcement, Samsung dropped a new collaboration for a special edition phone: The Galaxy S7 edge Injustice Edition.
Now, this isn't the first time we've seen Samsung release a special edition of one of its phones in collaboration with another company, but this one is quite a bit darker (and more awesome, if we're being honest). The Galaxy S7 edge Injustice Edition is completely black, save for gold accents and a sweet Batman logo on the back.
The massive box for the phone includes plenty of accessories, including a special-edition all-black Gear VR headset, Injustice: Gods Among Us game credits, Oculus VR content vouchers and more.
How and when can you get your hands on such a phone? Well, Samsung says to expect the Injustice Edition to launch in June in select territories, but doesn't name a price or just how exclusive it will be. All we know at this point is that China, Singapore, Korea, Latin America and Russia are slated to get it in some capacity.
If you're really keen on grabbing this phone, keeping an eye on Samsung's Injustice Edition page is a good idea right about now.
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