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Samsung is making a Pokemon Edition for the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3

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Pokemon is arguably one of the most iconic games that have millions of fans globally. If you are one of them, then there is a reason for you to cherish it as Samsung has revealed that it will be releasing a Pokemon Edition for the Galaxy Z Flip3 that will release in South Korea.

The new Pokemon Edition of the device will release on the 24th of April and those who wish to purchase one can register via this link. The limited-edition bundle is set to be sold in limited numbers and only via Samsung’s online store in Korea. The company has not mentioned the pricing of the device yet.

Samsung is calling this ‘the greatest collaboration ever’ and is paying special attention to the packaging of the phone. The whole ordeal comes in a large red box that encompasses a smaller Poke ball-themed box for the foldable device.

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The image above shows a black Galaxy Z Flip3 which means that the device will not get a special paint job. The remainder of the box has a special Pokemon pouch, a clear case with Pikachu Stickers, extra Pokemon stickers, a Pokeball pop socket, and a Pikachu key chain.

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