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Maison Margiela edition to be introduced for Galaxy Z Flip 4

Something exciting is coming soon.

Samsung pestered a partnership with Maison Margiela about two weeks ago. Maison Margiela is a luxury fashion brand whereas Samsung is a tech company.

What could be the collaboration for? What product can we expect from this association of two different entirely different brands? Let’s unveil this secret in this news story.

Previously, we expected that this collaboration could be for either Galaxy Watch 4, Galaxy Buds 2 Pro, or Galaxy Z Flip 4. But, as of today, the company has shed some light on the forthcoming partnership between Samsung and Maison Margiela.

An image posted by the company shows the collaborated branding of Galaxy Z Flip 4 with the Maison Margiela edition. We can expect that the device will launch in a black and white embodiment accompanied by a numbers theme of Maison Margiela on the back side. Furthermore, fabric covers as well as cases for the latest foldable smartphone could also be expected. Furthermore, we can expect a somewhat similar theme for Galaxy Buds 2 Pro as well as Galaxy Watch 5.

Just a few days before the Instagram account of Samsung referred to the iconic four stitches and additionally the emblematic numeric coding ring by Maison Margiela. This is clearly evident in the design and packaging of Galaxy Z Flip 4 Maison Margiela Edition. Yet an official date for the launch of the limited-edition foldable smartphone is to be announced by the South Korean firm. But it is coming soon. We can expect the arrival of a limited edition by November 2022.

Previously, Samsung introduced limited editions of its foldable smartphones as Thom Browne versions for about two years. But, the following year, Samsung didn’t introduce the parallel limited-edition versions of the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and the Galaxy Z Fold 4.

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