Samsung recently launched a Pokémon version for the Galaxy Z Flip3 and received great attention from users. Now, the tech giant will launch another special edition smartphone. Called Galaxy S22 Diablo Immortal Edition, which will launch exclusively in Korea.
According to Sammobile, Samsung will launch this Edition smartphone in partnership with the country’s mobile operator, LG Uplus, and Blizzard (the maker of Diablo Immortal).
As per a report on Korean news agency Yonhap, LG Uplus will start accepting applications for the Samsung Galaxy S22 Diablo Immortal Edition starting at 7 pm Korea time (3:30 pm IST) on June 10, Friday. Remember, the device will be very limited, with only 100 units up for grabs. Interested buyers will be required to enter a live draw on the LG Uplus website.
Package Box of Samsung Galaxy S22 Diablo Immortal Edition
This limited edition will come in a wooden case. Plus, you’ll get loads of exclusive accessories, such as a Diablo Immortal-themed protective case, a wireless charging pad, a leather mouse pad, a Blizzard skin, a Diablo Immortal map, a gift card from Blizzard Battlecoin, and a Spigen sleeve.
Since this limited edition will not be sold to the general public, the brands have not disclosed the price of the limited version. However, Samsung and Blizzard have already confirmed that they are planning further collaborations for new special edition products aimed at gamers in the future.
Apart from the design differences, the Galaxy S22 Diablo Immortal Edition will have identical hardware to the standard variant. This includes a 6.1-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X display that supports Full-HD+ resolution as well as a 120Hz adaptive refresh rate.
Inside, this phone uses Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset, comes with 8GB of RAM, has a 50MP triple camera system at the back, a 3700mAh battery with support for 25W fast wired charging, and 15W fast wireless charging.
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