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A Stark Industries Phone Released?

The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge gets a makeover

Julius Tabios
A Stark Industries Phone Released?

The red and gold plated chassis is both sexy and geeky.

Everyone wants to be the genius-billionaire-playboy-philanthropist that is Tony Stark. The Avengers: Age of Ultron euphoria won’t die down anytime soon and Samsung plans to seize the moment in this fantastic marriage with Marvel (maybe better than Reed Richards’ and Susan Storm’s). Samsung is using Tony Stark’s suit as the inspiration for this sleek custom Iron Man Galaxy Edge S6.

You will have to settle with Google Now as J.A.R.V.I.S. doesn’t want to work for anyone but Mr. Stark.

The red and gold plated chassis is both sexy and geeky. The perfect combination am I right?  The Iron Man helmet is embedded at the back of the phone so whenever you’re in a dilemma you could always ask yourself, ‘What would Tony do?’ A charging pad inspired and shaped like the suit’s Arc Reactor is also included. I mean how else will you power up the mobile?

The custom phone will also come with preinstalled Iron Man themes, wallpapers, and fonts that would make Stark Industries proud. On the downside you will have to settle with Google Now as J.A.R.V.I.S. doesn’t want to work for anyone but Mr. Stark. 

Nothing’s changed about the phone’s impressive specifications. It will still come with the Gorilla Glass 4 protective screen, 5.1 5.1-inch Super AMOLED display with a Quad HD resolution of 2560x1440, and the 1.5GHz  octa-core processor. But this time we can pretend Tony Stark himself made it.

The curved 64 GB device will only ship 1,000 units when it initially releases in South Korea on May 27. The phone will then hit the Hong Kong and China market in June. As of writing there are no details on a western release unfortunately.  If you want to get your hands on the Stark Industries-Samsung phone it’s going to be like facing Ultron himself. 

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