It sounds like Samsung's next Galaxy phone will finally be metal instead of plastic

It looks like Samsung’s next Galaxy phone will finally ditch the cheap-feeling plastic of its predecessors.

In a new teaser trailer for its upcoming phone — likely to be called the Galaxy S6 — Samsung teases that “metals will flow” while cutting to a bunch of cryptic, artsy shots of liquid metal. 

The ad also proclaims that “borders will disappear,” hinting that its screens will be bezel free. 

Other than a new metal design, the Galaxy S6 may come with wireless charging  as well as some performance improvement and cleaner software. We’ll know for sure on March 1 following Samsung’s press event in Barcelona.

Watch the full teaser:

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