Following iQOO, Samsung has collaborated with renowned automaker BMW for its recently launched Galaxy S23 Ultra. The new Galaxy S23 Ultra BMW M Edition device is named after the well-known BMW M3 E30 car. The devices, which will be limited to 1,000 units, will be sold in collaboration with SK Telecom of South Korea.
This limited-edition device includes a one-of-a-kind boot animation in the well-known three M colors, as well as a hard case with the kidney grille and hood design from the G80.
A key ring featuring six interchangeable BMW emblems from six different eras, as well as the BMW roundel debuted at the company’s 50th anniversary celebration and a “We Are M” metal logo. There’s also a small air compressor, a BMW M analog watch, a sunglass holder for BMW M vehicles, a poster, a photo book, a keyring, and the ‘We Are M’ metal logo.
With the special edition, customers will also receive a Starter Pack Voucher for the BMW Driving Center in Incheon, South Korea, where they can take driving lessons from a certified instructor.
Pricing and availability
The Galaxy S23 Ultra BMW M Edition will be available in Phantom Black and will cost KRW 1,727,000 (US$ 1,369 / Rs. 1,12,960 approx.) for the only 12GB + 512GB model. Consumers can pre-order the smartphone until February 13, and there will only be 1000 units.