If you’re an Android and BMW fan you’re in luck.
Samsung has partnered with the German automaker to create the Galaxy S23 Ultra BMW M Edition.
It’s inspired by the legendary BMW M3 E30 and actually looks like one too.
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It comes with loads of exclusive BMW paraphernalia.
To start with, there’s a themed case, a key ring with six interchangeable BMW emblems from six different eras, a 50th anniversary BMW roundel, and a “We Are M” metal logo.
There’s also a BMW-branded battery-powered air compressor, a cup holder/wireless charger, an analog clock, a photo book, and a poster.
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It even comes with a Starter Pack Voucher for a BMW Driving Center, where a trained instructor will give you driving lessons.
There’s only one slight drawback.
The exclusive edition cell phone will only be available in South Korea, so you’ll have to travel to Incheon if you’d like to take advantage of those driving lessons.
Galaxy S23 Ultra BMW M Edition
On a cheerier note, the Galaxy S23 Ultra BMW M Edition comes loaded with BMW-themed software goodies, too.
This includes a custom boot animation.
Only 1,000 units will be made and they’re currently available to pre-order via SK Telecom’s online store.
Locals have until February 13 to preorder the Galaxy S23 Ultra BMW M Edition, which is priced at KRW 1,727,000 ($1,362).
In comparison, the same memory capacity on a regular S23 Ultra costs KRW 1,600,400 ($1,262).
BMW M3 E30
Produced from 1986 to 1991, the BMW M3 E30 was the first BMW M3.
It was also a street version of the most successful DTM racing car of all time.
It featured an in-line four-cylinder engine with high-speed concept, putting out a maximum output of 200-238hp.