Boruto: Naruto Next Generations is currently focused on the next line of ninjas in the hidden leaf village as they attempt to protect the ninja world from the likes of the Kara Organization and a variety of different threats. While Boruto Uzumaki and Team 7 might be featured in the anime and manga, we still see past incarnations of the Seventh Hokage appear in various promotional materials and merchandise, with the official Shonen franchise smartphone releasing new ones. illustrations to celebrate the arrival of the device thanks to one of the TV series’ greatest animators.
Unfortunately for fans outside of China, getting your hands on this new smartphone, which recently hit the market, might be impossible as the producers, Realme China, have not confirmed a worldwide release of the device. Adopting an aesthetic that would make the Seventh Hokage proud, “The Realme GT Neo 3 Naruto Edition” is currently priced around $415 USD and arrives in its own ninja scroll, staying true to the anime franchise created by Masashi Kishimoto that might not have Naruto in the driver’s seat, but there’s still plenty for the current Hokage to do when it comes to protecting the ninja world.
Host Chengxi Huang, who worked on Boruto: Naruto Next Generationsby Netflix Castlevaniaand Sword Art Onlineshared new artwork for the new Naruto cell phone, with the Seventh Hokage traveling back in time and promoting the device by sporting the look he had for most of Naruto Shippuden:
Realme has released a new look at the cell phone that looks to be proud of the ninja who has saved the Hidden Leaf Village and the ninja world more times than we can count, with the device also having a unique wallpaper to give it that Naruto feel:
Currently, anime and manga for Boruto: Naruto Next Generations take divergent, albeit surprising, paths the TV series focuses on a lot more death and destruction than its source material by telling an original story in the Land of Waves that sees Team 7 lose several allies. Needless to say, the future looks tough for Konoha ninjas in all areas of storytelling.
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