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Galaxy S5 could go the aluminum route, report says

Android Geeks reports that the as-yet-unreleased S5 will be encased in an aluminum unibody like the iPhone and HTC One, under a new Samsung style philosophy dubbed "Design 3.0."

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The Galaxy S4 (left) and Galaxy S3 sport plastic shells. Will the eventual S5 go metallic? Josh Miller/CNET

Like rebellious teenagers in bedrooms across the world, it seems Samsung could be about to go through a metal phase. Reports suggest the Samsung Galaxy S5 -- follow-up to the smash hit Galaxy S4 -- could boast the first aluminum body in the Galaxy lineup.

Android Geeks reports the as-yet-unreleased S5 will be encased in an aluminum unibody like the iPhone and HTC One, styled under a new philosophy dubbed "Design 3.0."

Exactly what that involves remains to be seen, but word on the street suggests the S5 will be the first of many high-end Galaxy smartphones to be made of metal.

Read more of "Samsung Galaxy S5 could be first metal Galaxy phone" at Crave UK.