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We go hands-on with Samsung's black-and-gold Injustice edition of the Galaxy S7 Edge. Sadly, it doesn't come with Alfred.
Put away your Bat-signal and grab up this phone instead, the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Injustice Edition.
Samsung's tribute to the Caped Crusader fits right in with your paraphernalia...
...complete with a gold insignia on the back.
Gold accents on the grille...
...around the camera mount...
...and on the Home button help the phone stand out.
But it's really the bat on the back that will draw admiring stares.
The black phone's reflective backing dramatically bounces back light.
Like the original S7 Edge, this Batphone can handle a dunk.
Samsung carries the Dark Knight's theme to the always-on display. It's pretty subtle.
Here's a look at the lock screen.
The phone's wallpaper is appropriately Batman-themed, too.
Batman's mask is the phone's new apps icon.
You know this is an S7 Edge phone when you turn on the Edge screen.
Yo, Commission Gordon, what's up?
Alfred is always there when you need him.
The dialer is where the real nod to the Batphone takes place.
Dialing is extra-fun.
The theme extends to every crevice, including the Settings menu and notifications shade (shown).
The phone comes bundled with a hard rubberized case.
Batman's famed logo is molded onto the back, of course.
It snaps on over the phone's back.
Some regions will also get an all-black version of the Samsung Gear VR headset as part of the package.
You snap in the phone like this.
And can start watching a preview of the Injustice game.
Facebook-owned Oculus powers the Gear VR.
The special edition box is much larger than usual, and comes capped with this felt-lined topper.
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