Sony’s flagship Xperia smartphones will utilise a metal-alloy chassis in 2015 according to a report from Digitimes. These phones will be manufactured by Foxconn Electronics in its northern China factory, with the chassis to be supplied by Foxconn Technology. The report states that many of Sony Mobile’s current models use a plastic chassis with metal-alloy edges made by Catcher Technology.
Sony Xperia flagship phones to use a metal-alloy chassis next year?
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