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    The Samsung Galaxy S 5 is currently in development stages, but what isn’t known is what it will look like or feel like in the palm of your hand. With over 10 million S 4‘s sold already, it’s exciting to think about how different (or similar) the S 5 will be, and whether or not it will be an evolution or a brand new product altogether.




    As of now, all Galaxy’s have had plastic bodies, which are extremely durable, and cheap to manufacture. However, when consumers pick up a new, high tech product, they’re not looking for “cheap” – they’re looking for high quality, even if the product itself (in terms of pricepoint) is on the lower end of the scale.
    That’s exactly why rumors of a new all metal body for the S5 that are circulating should not be ignored. If it was to have an all metal body, it would of course be more expensive to manufacture, but in turn, could increase brand/quality perception, which may in turn also increase sales. The theorized metal to be used would be aluminum, which itself is a very light, durable metal. However, it is difficult to keep free of dings and other small imperfections.
    Also, by using an all aluminum unibody construction, it will likely be that the owner of the product cannot manually replace the battery of their S 5, and may instead need to take it into a registered Samsung retailer, or a private shop that specializes in Smartphones. By doing this, Samsung hopes to again be neck and neck with Apple in terms of brand quality, and expects an enhancement in customer relations and service. HTC as well has begun to use aluminum for their One series, and reviews are already pouring in about how much the consumers love it. Samsung won’t just stand back and watch all the accolades to competitors pour in; they want a piece of the pie as well.
    All this aluminum talk only further verifies the “Design 3.0″ news, which was purported to be part of Samsung’s new design direction. Although nothing is entirely set in stone, there is a very good possibility that this may happen. Either way, the S 5 is still about a year away from introduction, so we’ll have lots to speculate about until then. It’s never too early to start. Right?
    SOURCE: AndroidGeeks

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    "It’s never too early to start. Right?"
    Following that line, let's skip s5 and fast-forward to s6

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    this sounds cool pero I think the weight would increase if they use that kind of material kay with the hardware that samsung uses right now sa ilang Galaxy S series, they might be big but they are so light.

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    huwat kos s7

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    hapit na mahimong Netbook... Lenovo S10 hehehe Samsung Galaxy S10...

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    hahaha.. grabe noh.. pero nice ng aluminum unibody nga idea... many would love that

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    10" ang LCD display... hahaha phone pa kaha ang tawag ana?

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    basin naa nay display projector ang S5

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    Quote Originally Posted by Code Talker View Post
    basin naa nay display projector ang S5
    murag galaxy beam bro..hehe

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    It’s about time that Samsung says goodbye to cheap plastic materials, and this week they’ve done just that. The debate about Samsung and their continued use of cheap plastic materials for their electronics isn’t going away anytime soon. In fact, with the HTC One coming with a durable aluminum design the debate has only been growing. This week Samsung entered a joint venture by buying out 50% of “The Carbon Company” known as the SGL Group.

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    The news was very quietly announced by SGL Group themselves, confirming that the joint venture would see Samsung taking control of 50% of the company shares. The end result is a new company called “Samsung SGL Carbon Composite Materials” and they will specialize in carbon materials and carbon fiber for the masses.

    The primary objective here is that Samsung wants to continue pushing the envelope with different materials for technology, and the partnership will offer a long-term supply of Carbon-Fiber materials for use in various Samsung products and consumer electronics. We welcome a Carbon Fiber wrapped Galaxy Note III with arms wide open!

    " The primary objective of the cooperation is to develop new industrial and electronic applications with carbon composite materials for Samsung and the Korean market.” – SGL Group

    The group works with carbon fiber, but also with carbon and graphite. Their technology could be used in multiple different Samsung divisions. Carbon Fiber is extremely lightweight, ultra durable, and can be molded and curved into nearly any shape imaginable. Having this type of technology and a never-ending supply for Samsung could be huge moving forward in the smartphone and tablet market.

    This will obviously roll into much more than just Samsung’s mobile division, but that’s where we are focused and the first thing that came to mind. With predictions of 100 million Galaxy S 4 sales, preparing new materials for the Note III and Galaxy S 5 is certainly a good move. We hope Samsung says goodbye to plastic, and welcomes Carbon Fiber to the mobile team.

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