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Samsung might move away from traditional plastic design with their Galaxy Note III, chasing a more premium feel to their devices finally

Samsung to give their Galaxy Note III a more 'premium' feel, will use aluminum instead of plastic

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Apr 16, 2013 6:33 am

The plastic feel of Samsung's Galaxy smartphones is getting old - something I haven't liked in the Galaxy S III, or Note II, and it looks like the South Korean electronics giant is set to move away from the use of plastic in their upcoming Galaxy Note III.

 

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It looks like Samsung might shift to an aluminum construction, and possibly go down the route of using a unibody enclosure. Considering Samsung has been outselling all major competitors in the market with their plastic design, there's no need for a change. Unless they're not enjoying the premium look and feel of competitors' devices like the iPhone 5, HTC One and Sony Xperia Z.

 

Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S4 still includes a plastic design, so it'll be interesting to see if they provide the Note III with their aluminum design first before shifting it over to the Galaxy S5 - can you believe we're already talking about that? No, I can't either.

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