Its been a while since the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 and Galaxy Z Fold3. Samsung is well known for launching limited-edition devices with fashion designers, movie franchises, International Olympics, etc. This time around, with the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3, Samsung has collaborated with Dr Denim.
These Dr Denim jeans are only available in limited quantities, and to be precise, only 450 units are to be sold. These jeans do have normal denim pockets, but they are stitched over with Z’s on both these pockets. The back pockets have been removed, with one being moved to the front thigh and is resized to fit the folded Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3.
This limited edition pair of jeans will set you back AUD 1500, but you get a 128 GB Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 with them.
Head of Brand Marketing for Samsung Mobile, Hayley Walton, said,
“Smartphones are often not pocket friendly, so we’ve leveraged Dr Denim’s style credentials to design jeans that shake up the pocket norm and perfectly fit our compact Galaxy Z Flip3. Our Galaxy Z Flip3 users expect the very best in design and pocketability, and what better to accompany our premium phones than the perfect pair of bespoke jeans.”
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Samsung just introduced the Galaxy Z Flip3 Bespoke Edition, which allows customization making the buying experience and the phone itself very personal to the user. Samsung also recently launched the Galaxy Watch4 Classic Thom Browne Edition.
The concept of releasing products with limited edition tags is a great marketing initiative as it keeps making news headlines for these devices (and it just did, see what I was talking about) so that they stay in the limelight. Numerous smartphone manufacturers follow this practice. As mentioned earlier, this helps make headlines and, in a way, free advertisement.
If you want to buy a pair of these jeans, you better hurry up. Let us know your thoughts on this collaboration in the comments below, and until then, stay tuned to Oyprice and subscribe to our YouTube channel for regular news and updates.