New Samsung Galaxy trademarks hint at upcoming device names
I just swung by the US Patent and Trademarks office, as I am often wont to do, and found a few new Samsung filings that might be fun to watch. These are new since the last time I checked and, from what I can gather, have not been tied to anything devices yet.
Obviously it’s unclear exactly what these trademark applications will ultimately lead to, especially given Samsung’s broad range of products. Will these be flagship devices to be announced at CTIA in May or could these just be alternate versions of existing models that end up on carriers such as Cricket, MetroPCS, and Boost Mobile? The Galaxy Pocket sounds like a similar product recently announced for international crowds. Might this dimnuitive smartphone be arriving stateside or is it a Samsung Android-based camera?
Or could these actually be carrier-branded versions of the Galaxy S III just hanging around?
As always, if you have anything to add here, I would love to hear it.
- GALAXY ACCELERATE – March 5, 2012
- GALAXY EXPRESS – March 5, 2012
- GALAXY THUNDER – March 5, 2012
- GALAXY POCKET – March 6, 2012
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