Looks like Samsung is done with plastics for its flagship devices, SamMobile says quoting its insider sources. The Korean company has looked at the and is now “worried” about the design and build quality of its own phones, which are completely made out of plastic. And while we have nothing against plastic, we do dig the One’s aluminum body that makes the phone look that much better.
It is said that Sammy’s this year’s flagship phablet, Galaxy Note III, may be the first device to “go beyond plastics.” This isn’t confirmation that it will use aluminum, but do we hope the next Note’s built quality will be improved. Again, this doesn’t mean we don’t like the existing Galaxy Note II — it’s just that more premium materials would be highly appreciated and in some sense justify the high price.
The Note III is rumored to be unveiled later this year, boasting a 5.9-inch full HD screen, 13-megapixel camera on the back, a ton of built-in storage and perhaps the next version of Google’s mobile platform – Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie…
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