Galaxy Note 10+ Star Wars Edition Launched With Galaxy Buds Included
Karamchand Rameshwar - Nov 21, 2019
Ahead of the "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” release in December, Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 10+ Star Wars Edition inspired by the movie with attractive design.
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Samsung is one of those manufacturers who is no stranger to launching special limited editions of its flagship models. If you are a technology fan, as well as a fan of the legendary Star Wars movie franchise, do not miss the unique Galaxy Note 10+ Star Wars Edition. It has just been introduced by Samsung ahead of the launch of the movie "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker”, which is slated to hit the theaters next month.
Of course, in order to fit the theme of the movie, Samsung slightly changed the design of the Note 10+, taking Black and Red as the main color. Specifically, the entire back of the device will be in "mysterious" Black color, accompanied by some red lines surrounding the main camera cluster. The back also comes with the "First Order" logo and the "Star Wars" logo. In addition, the power and volume keys are also highlighted in red, even the entire S Pen stylus is red as well.
Not only the Galaxy Note 10+ itself is designed according to the Star Wars theme, but the bundled Galaxy Buds wireless headphones are also highlighted with red-black tones, the leather case is given by Samsung will also depict the character, Kylo Ren.
Like many other special limited editions, Galaxy Note 10+ Star Wars Special Edition will be equipped with Samsung wallpapers, icons, sound effects or exclusive animations based on the theme of Star Wars.
This special version of Galaxy Note 10+ will be sold on December 13 in the US market for $1299, equivalent to around Rs. 93,300. It will be distributed by Samsung, Amazon, Best Buy, and Microsoft Store. The configuration of the device will be similar to the regular version, but it will only have a single memory option, most likely 512GB.
Samsung will soon have a plan to launch this smartphone in many other markets in the near future, including Denmark, Germany, Australia, Finland, Hong Kong, Norway, South Korea, Spain, Russia, Turkey, Sweden, the UK, and UAE.