Samsung Galaxy S5 to Come With All Metal Body: Being Built By the Suppliers Behind Apple And HTC

    The tech forward consumers are looking for the next big thing from Samsung, as the company plans to unleash its next flagship - Galaxy S5. The South Korean tech titan is filling up the tech gossip space with a new report about S5 every second day.

    Samsung Galaxy S5 to Come With All Metal Body [REPORT]

     

    The latest update is from a Catcher Technology which has shipped a batch of metal chassis to Samsung. This batch is expected to be for their new flagship device which can be either Samsung Galaxy Note 4 or Samsung Galaxy S5. Tech experts are assuming that its definitely for the S4 successor.

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    The latest report comes from Taiwan based publication UDN, which was cited by PhoneArena. Now comes the interesting part of the report! Basically Catcher Technology is the Taiwan-based aluminum and magnesium housing provider that supplied the bodies for Apple's new iPad mini with retina display and the HTC One, confirmed the report.

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    In another set of reports, it has been disclosed that Samsung Galaxy s5 will come in two variants based on the design and form factor.

    Chances are that just like its predecessor Galaxy S4, Galaxy S5 may also come up with an Exynos Processor (as their primary variant for the US users) and Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 (for the other variant).

    Meanwhile, other details are just as clear as mud, where ongoing rumors suggest that Samsung Galaxy S5 would sport a 5.3-inch Ultra HD display, 64-bit processor, aluminum brushed design, 16MP camera, water resistant and a 4000mAh battery life and will be unveiled either at CES or MWC 2014, which means, between January-February next year.

    Stay Tuned to GizBot to know more about the specs leak on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5.

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