Samsung will start seeding metallic casings for it’s upcoming Galaxy S5 soon
Information reaching us says that a company called Catcher, well-known for supplying aluminum casings for some of Apple’s iPad models, is getting ready to supply aluminum bodies for Samsung’s unannounced Galaxy S5.
While we ask you to digest this rumor with a pinch of salt, there seems to be a lot of brain coming along, suggesting it might posses an element of truth after all. First, Samsung has been hugely criticized for using ‘cheap’, plastic casings for it’s flagship smartphones unlike Apple and HTC, even though market figures say otherwise. Secondly, there’s been another rumor making rounds recently that Samsung is looking at an early 2014 date for the Galaxy S4 release.
Whichever way, Samsung have climbed to a personal climax, and to maintain the position or even climb higher they need to feed customers with new things that will put the wow on their faces.
Two other companies are also said to be involved in the supply chain: BYD and Ju-Teng are global-known producers for metal worldly assests.
With that being said Samsung fans should be all ears in case a leak in thrown in our way, as with most flagship devices these days.
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