Samsung has often received a lot of flak for its use of plastics on high-end flagship phones and now it seems the South Korean company is about to change that. A high-level team met this week to discuss a new design strategy, called ‘Design 3.0’, for the company’s future smartphones and tablets, Korean Herald reports. . Also Read - Samsung now lets you make an appointment to shop at its stores, book demo via WhatsApp
The team meeting included some of Samsung’s top managers including Yoon Boo-keun and Shin Jong-kyun and they discussed the current market trends in terms of design and also ways for buyers to be able to identify Samsung’s products easily. According to the report, Design 3.0 isn’t only restricted to external changes, and Samsung is also focusing on introducing more practicality in future products. Also Read - Galaxy S21 FE flaunts itself again on benchmark, reveals RAM for high-end Samsung model
A report on SamMobile further claims that contrary to previous reports, Samsung won’t be showing Design 3.0 on the forthcoming Galaxy Note III, and the earliest we can expect to see this new design philosophy is early next year.