The Samsung Galaxy S4 hasn't been around long, but rumours about its successor are already doing the rounds with a familiar topic at the centre of the early chatter.
According to Android Geeks, an "inside source" has "confirmed" the Samsung Galaxy S5 will be the first smartphone to come from the Korean firm sporting a fully aluminium chassis - although we're not getting too carried away just yet.
Numerous rumours, leaks and tip-offs claimed that the Galaxy S4 would follow in the footsteps of the iPhone 5 and HTC One, joining the premium material brigade and finally putting plastic to rest - but that wasn't the case.
Lo and behold, Samsung decided its fans weren't ready for a metal body and stuck with the trusty polycarbonate to wrap their best selling, record-breaking handset in.
The Galaxy SV will apparently kick off a new design direction for Samsung which is currently being dubbed "Design 3.0", which will see the Korean firm move away from the now familiar look of the Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy S3 and the fleet of Galaxy S4 branded devices.
This new design language will supposedly see the Galaxy S5 feature a unibody design which ditches the firm's long-standing alliance to a removable battery, which could be a real deal-breaker for some.
The unknown sources did not provide anything on the way of specifications for the Samsung Galaxy S5, but you can rest assured that this is the first of many, many rumours surrounding the handset.
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