Samsung is the best known for making Galaxy S devices. In the past few months, this South Korean giant has managed to create unique styled Android powered handsets. For instance, the Galaxy S4 Zoom comes with 16MP rear camera with 10x digital zoom. It looks different from other dedicated camera phones.
However, despite being the largest player in the mobile handset business, critics planned the quality of handsets. Its nearest competitors such as Apple and HTC are known for crafting aluminum ducked smartphones.
Samsung had planned to release metal styled Galaxy S4 instead of polycarbonate one, but unable to release. There are speculations of Samsung to introduce Galaxy Note 3 in brushed aluminum finish. The phone will be unveiled at IFA Berlin.
Android Geeks informs that Samsung is indeed planning to dress up Galaxy S5 in true HTC One style. It is also said that the sequel to Galaxy S5 will be part of a new design strategy called "Design 3.0". It is not known whether Samsung really going to use metal to make Galaxy S5 or not. Metal is not the only material used by tech vendors these days
For instance; Microsoft used magnesium chassis to make Surface Pro and the Surface RT. It is ultra-light and highly durable material. Chinese major Lenovo used stainless steel to manufacture rear back of K900, company's latest flagship device.
Apple was using aluminum to manufacture iPhone since beginning. The device is rated among the most premium due to its build quality. On the HTC has achieved a new place with the One. Across the board, critics appreciated HTC One for its superior looks. But one thing is need to be communicated.
All the handsets mentioned above, whether its iPhone 5, HTC One or Lenovo K900, features non-removable batteries. Being made form bendable polycarbonate plastic users can easily replace the battery with new ones.
That said, it is easy for a manufacture like Samsung to sell a device in large numbers. It is to be seen whether Sammy makes metal styled Galaxy S5 under competitors' pressure or really its consumers are looking for a big change. Stay tuned to GizBot.