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Samsung will integrate the New Metal 12 for Future Phones and Wearables

Metal 12 is a patented Alloy manufactured by Samsung

Samsung is using the Android platform for its numerous devices. Top Android app developers in Australia have a team of technically-sound Android experts with best-in-class skills and with in-depth understanding of the fundamentals needed to create applications for an array of Android-enabled devices. Furthermore, the developers are engrosses in the development of highly robust, scalable Android mobile apps.

When in the market for a new phone today, the choices available at present are pretty good. Samsung is a major and experienced mobile phone manufacturer. The company’s been engaged in the business for some time, producing devices of high quality. The popularity of Samsung smart phones always has been strong because of a many factors, such as using the latest tech innovations as well as a competitive price policy. Aside from that, the Korean company updates or changes their line-ups regularly since they study the market closely to determine the most essential desires of the customers.

 

SAMSUNG IN 2018

Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ would be the baddest and biggest of the phones for this year, continuing to perfect what so far has shaped up to be the best phones of 2017. Performance would definitely get a boost and Samsung may finally go above the 4GB or RAM seen in the previous flagships. The design won’t likely change considerably, and hopefully neither would the price. A bendable phone would finally become a reality early this year if rumors are to be believed. Galaxy Note X, known previously as Project Valley is considered to be a smart phone that has a dual-screen on each side, which folds out to reveal a 7-inch tablet. There has also been a rumor about an 8-inch tablet that folds up to into a 5-inch phone.

Samsung Galaxy S9 would feature a variable aperture rear camera. Both Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 are expected to be unveiled during the MWC trade show. Samsung now has filed a trademark for the Metal 12 term and filing suggests that the durable material could also be used for future Galaxy as well as gear devices.

 

SAMSUNG INCORPORATES THE NEW METAL 12 FOR FUTURE PHONES

The New Metal 12, a new and durable alloy that is comprise of magnesium and aluminum is expected to be used in the future of Samsung phones, wearable and even other devices, based on the latest trademark filing called ‘Metal 12’. Future smart phones could still be very brittle from the display side, but overall chassis can be even more lightweight and more durable than before.

Samsung’s Metal 12 is being used already in the Notebook 9. The trademark filing reveals that the Metal 12 is a very lightweight and durable magnesium-aluminum alloy. The first consumer product which features such material was Notebook 9 and provides it a premium feel, while making it extremely lightweight as well, which result in a portable machine within the fingertips. Although a smart phone is not really an encumbrance for users, using the alloy can make it more durable, enabling it to strongly resist scuffs as well as other marks. The material may be used for future wearables, or specifically, on the Gear series of smart watches. However, this has to be confirmed yet, but Samsung’s been using it on Notebook 9.

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WHAT IS SAMSUNG’S METAL 12?

Samsung Metal 12 has been introduced to the world as a magnesium-aluminum alloy it created. The first outing of the material on a consumer produce is with the recently unveiled Notebook 9. The new material boosts of the portability of the notebook because of its lightweight properties. Samsung has filed for a trademark with the European Union Intellectual Property Office in order to protect the Metal 12 moniker. The filing reveals that Samsung is not ruling out the probability of using the Metal 12 for devices, such as smart watches and smart phones.

 Rumors on Samsung using magnesium for its flagship Galaxy S smartphones have been around for years. Previous reports revealed that the firm possibly tested a prototype of the Galaxy S7, which is made from magnesium alloy. It’s not likely that Metal 12 would be used for Galaxy S9 oven Galaxy Note 9 for that matter. What the trademark registration does is to cover Samsung until a time that it actually decides to use the material for other products, like smart phones and smart watches.

 

In today’s high tech world, the demand for mobile devices and applications has never been greater. Android app development services are high in demand. When it comes to smart phones and devices, at the end of the day, one always need a smart phone that answers to the utmost desires of consumers instantly. And Samsung delivers consumer demands.

 

About the Author :

Ritesh Mehta works as a senior Technical Account Manager in a software development company named TatvaSoft Australia based in Melbourne. He specializes in Agile Scrum methodology, Marketing Ops (MRM) application development, SAAS & SOA application development, Offshore & Vendor team management. Also, he is knowledgeable and well-experienced in conducting business analysis, product development, team management and client relationship management.

Ritesh has a strong ability to lead an entire software development team and manage any project from scratch to final completion within the scheduled time and budget. And of course, his good rapport with clients makes him a trusted technical advisor and IT solution partner.

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