Samsung Kenya announces availability of Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Injustice Edition

By KNA

The Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Injustice Edition Inspired by the Iconic DC Super Hero Batman will be available in Kenya in limited quantity.

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd announced the Galaxy S7 edge Injustice Edition in collaboration with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment. To commemorate the third anniversary of the popular mobile game, Injustice: Gods Among Us, the companies came together to bring Samsung’s technology and one of the game’s central characters, Batman, in a sleek, high-performance smartphone.

With enhanced hardware and software capability, and bigger battery capacity ensuring long play time, the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge is optimized for the best gaming experience, fueling a natural partnership between the two brands.

The limited Edition Galaxy S7 Edge Injustice Edition is available for pre-order from June 17th 2016 till June 24th 2016 at a Recommended Retail Price of Ksh119,999. Kenya will only sell 50 pieces, Nigeria 50 pieces and South Africa 100 pieces. Apart from the pre-order, Kenyans have an opportunity to purchase the Galaxy S7 edge Limited Edition on June 24th 2016.

Developed from the ground up by award-winning NetherRealm Studios, the Injustice: Gods Among Us mobile game delivers stunning graphics and a completely unique fighting gameplay experience. The game features a collectible card mechanic and engages players in 3-on-3 tag team combat that features many of DC’s most iconic characters.

The Galaxy S7 edge Injustice Edition package is equipped with a sleek deep black Galaxy S7 edge, accentuated by gold detailing and an iconic seal on the back, inspired by Batman. The package additionally offers a Gear VR, along with Injustice game credit and Oculus VR content vouchers.

Pre-order is available online on http://samsunglimitededition.co.ke/ and in Select Samsung Experience Stores and Safaricom Shops. The Injustice: Gods Among Us game is available as a free download on Google Play.

  

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