Samsung has Unveiled New Star Wars Merchandise


At this moment, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 is more of a fashion item than a foldable smartphone. This is mostly due to the Korean IT giant’s relentless attempts to solidify the latter’s status as one through substantial collaborations with a wide range of businesses.

This time, the clamshell foldable will get a Star Wars makeover in the shape of a handful of special accessories. Samsung released a Star Wars Bundle Pack today, which includes a Ring Case and a strap for the Galaxy Z Flip 4, as well as a Star Wars case and band for the Galaxy Watch (4 or 5), and a Star Wars case and strap for the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro.

New Star Wars Merchandise From Samsung


The full package costs $149.99 and can be purchased via Samsung’s official webshop. However, each component may be purchased separately. It should be emphasised that this is only the latest in a long line of unique accessories released by Samsung this year.


We’ve previously seen Pokémon-themed products, as well as some other minor partnerships. It’s worth noting that this isn’t as ambitious as the company’s limited edition packages.


For comparison, they always include the gadget itself, often with a distinctive design twist, and are significantly more expensive. The packages are also frequently offered for a brief time only and seldom leave South Korea.


Samsung’s recent cooperation with Maison Margiela is a significant exception to the general norm described above. The Maison Margiela model of the Galaxy Z Flip 4 has been introduced globally and is still available (for almost twice the price of a regular Flip 4).

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These Star Wars accessories are far more affordable in contrast and would make an ideal gift for a Samsung user who is also a fan of the cult blockbuster.

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