'Star Wars' Smart Phones: Release Date, Latest News and Update: Softbank Ensures Avid Fans Will Experience a 'Star Wars' Life

By Samille Jan Abada , Updated Nov 25, 2016 08:08 PM EST

Every "Star Wars" avid fan will surely love the new "Star Wars" Smartphone that will be released by Softbank, a Japanese mobile carrier. Perhaps, every fan dreams of living a life like that of "Star Wars", but that dream comes into reality because it can now be found in a simple device which a Star Wars fanatic will find hard to ignore.

The upcoming launch of "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" will mark the release of the two new smartphones that have two forces of allegiance. Buyers could choose between the Dark or Light edition.

The Star Wars phone features 5.3 inch 1080p IGZO display. It contains Snapdragon 820 processor with an excellent 3000mAh battery. The phone's camera is also excellent for those who are fond of taking pictures because "Star Wars" Smartphones feature a 22.6 megapixel camera.

However, its RAM is only 3 GB but it could be extended up to 32GB of storage because it has a memory card slot. Moreover, it is 7.6mm thick 155g as described by The Verge.

"Star Wars" Smartphones have live wallpaper that looks like an x-wing or tie fighter cockpit. It contains an Android 6.0 skin that has two different themes- the dark and light side. It also features "Rouge One: A Star Wars Story" 5 metal exclusive figurines plus "Star Wars" movie player app that will allow users to watch their favorite "Star Wars" series.

It could also entertain users with its Force Collection card game. It will also keep users alive because of its unique "Star Wars" theme alarm clock app, "Star Wars" emoji and "Star Wars" ringtone. According to Phone Arena, "Star Wars" smartphones will be released on Dec. 2, 2016 in Japan. But it is currently available for pre order so that means that it is now time for those who are willing to have
"Star Wars" Smartphones to decide which side they want best.


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