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Samsung files Lunge, Forge, Rivet, Wield, Mission, Victory smartphone trademarks

Samsung Galaxy smartphones

Samsung is at it again, this time filing six different trademark applications with the United States Patent and Trademark Office for yet to be announced smartphones.

On May 10, 2012, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. submitted applications for the Lunge (Serial No. 85621870), Galaxy Forge (Serial No. 8561866), Galaxy Wield (Serial No. 85621864), Galaxy Mission (Serial No. 85621859), Galaxy Rivet (Serial No. 85621854), and the Galaxy Victory (Serial No. 85621853).

Like many recent filings, the goods and services in the latest applications cover nothing more than mobile telephones and smartphones.

The newest batch has Olympic-like names such as “Lunge” and “Victory”.

Earlier this month Samsung unveiled its Galaxy S III which is the official London 2012 Olympic Games smartphone.

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Samsung files trademark for ‘Samsung Galaxy Sleek’ smart phones and tablets

Samsung Galaxy Nexus

With the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy Nexus rumored to be released on December 8 in the United States on Verizon, it appears Samsung is already planning its next device called the ‘Samsung Galaxy Sleek’.

On November 23, Samsung filed a trademark application (Serial Number: 85480030) with the United States Patent and Trademark Office for the ‘Samsung Galaxy Sleek’. 

The goods and services covered in the trademark application cover:  Telephones, smart phones, mobile phones and tablet computers.

Samsung often uses the word ‘sleek’ to help describe its smooth and polished smartphones and tablets. 

So far Samsung has not made any announcement about the Galaxy Sleek.

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