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Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Star Wars edition release date: Bundle drops a week before 'Rise of Skywalker'

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One of the most anticipated blockbusters this year brings everyone to a galaxy far, far away with Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. As a way of celebrating the film’s upcoming release, Samsung is set to come out with a special Star Wars-themed edition of its Galaxy Note 10+.

As revealed on its global website, Samsung is releasing a Star Wars-themed bundle for the Galaxy Note 10+. The device is in black with some red accents around the camera and the buttons as well as a red S pen that may be meant to look like a lightsaber, with the First Order symbol at the back. The bundle also includes a Kylo Ren leather case, black Galaxy buds, and a collectible metal badge.

As far as software is concerned, expect to see Star Wars-themed content as well. There will be Star Wars-themed shutdown animations, tones and sounds, and icons and wallpapers. All in all, this entire bundle makes for a good gift to the most avid of Star Wars fans and tech fans alike.

This special Star Wars bundle is expected to arrive in selected countries on 13th December. This release comes just a week before the premiere of the ninth and final installment of the Star Wars saga: The Rise of Skywalker, which premieres on 20th December. However, fans can expect that this special edition is bound to have a steep price tag as the entire bundle costs $ 1,299.99.

Those who want to get their hands on this bundle will have to act fast upon its release as there will only be a limited number of units sold. The markets that this will be sold include the United States, United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, South Korea, Australia, Denmark, Finland, Germany, France, Australia, Hong Kong, Spain, Sweden, Norway, Turkey, and Russia.

While 13th December marks the US-wide release of the device as well as the bundle itself, Samsung revealed that they would already start rolling it out on select markets on the 10th of December. The prices and release dates for each country are yet to be determined.

By Denise Nequinto
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