It was revealed last week that Samsung will launch BTS editions of the Galaxy S20+ 5G and the Galaxy Buds+ and that it intends to sell these devices in limited numbers. Now, an image of a BTS edition wireless charger has been leaked on the internet, revealing Samsung’s plans to go all out with BTS co-branding.
Noted leakster Even Blass (@evleaks), who leaked the press render of the Galaxy S20+ BTS Edition earlier this week, has published an image of a purple-colored Qi wireless charger from Samsung. Going by the BTS logo on the charger, it is evident that the South Korean smartphone brand will launch a BTS edition of the wireless charger.
It was confirmed yesterday that Samsung is launching a special edition of the Galaxy S20+ in partnership with BTS, the biggest Kpop group on the planet. The Galaxy S20+ BTS Edition comes in a special Purple color and will be available for purchase starting July 9.
The Galaxy Buds+ BTS Edition will also be available for customers who would like to complete the whole package. However, Samsung has decided to sell these Galaxy Buds+ separately in order to increase its share in the competitive wireless earbud market.
Galaxy Buds+ BTS Edition have the same Purple color
Samsung is clearly trying to replicate the success that it saw with the Galaxy Z Flip Thom Browne edition. It teamed up with the fashion designer to offer a customized finish on the foldable smartphone with matching Galaxy Buds+ and Galaxy Watch Active 2.
Samsung will reportedly launch a limited edition of the Galaxy S20+ in partnership with Korean music band BTS. The smartphone will feature the purple color, similar to the Galaxy Z Flip. This version of the Galaxy S20+ will be launched on July 9. This is the same day when the name of the BTS fandom (BTS A.R.M.Y) was announced back in 2013.
The South Korean smartphone giant has reportedly teamed up with French books and electronics store Fnac for the global launch of the Galaxy S20+ BTS Edition. Pre-orders for the limited edition smartphone will start on June 19 and run until July 5.