Samsung trademarks ‘Galaxy Wear’
It looked like Samsung were done with Android powered smartwatches after they announced that their very own Tizen would be OS of choice from now on, but it seems they could still be in the game for Android wearables after a recent trademark filing was made by the company.
Samsung had mentioned in previous briefings that a future smartwatch manufactured by them would be powered by Google’s Android Wear platform and now the company filed for the name “Galaxy Wear” at the Korean Intellectual Property Office, it certainly sounds like we could see a Android wearable device once again.
We can only surmise that they plan to release an Android wear device as no details have been confirmed that any such thing is in development but as we know, Samsung don’t like to late to the party and it wont want to miss this one.
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