Samsung wants a trademark for “Galaxy Note Edge”, probably a variation of the upcoming Galaxy Note 4

Samsung wants a trademark for “Galaxy Note Edge”, probably a variation of the upcoming Galaxy Note 4
There will be quite a lot of news regarding Samsung's upcoming devices in the following month or so – apart from the Galaxy Note 4, the giant is also poised to release the metal-clad Galaxy Alphaat any moment (or it might postpone the announcement until the end of September). A slew of other devices, such as the rumored standalone Gear Solo smartwatch, will most probably be announced at IFa 2014 as well.

It is more than sure that Samsung will unveil the Galaxy Note 4on September 3 at this year's IFA, and one of the major rumors about the device was that it will come with a flexible, probably three-sided YOUM display. These rumors are somewhat contradicting with the latest leaked images of the Galaxy Note 4, which show a more regular device. Could this mean that Samsung will keep this special display for another Galaxy Note device? Well, one of the company's latest trademark applications describes that it intends to patent the “Galaxy Note Edge” moniker. 

There's always the possibility that the company won't release such a device at all, but we suspect that a device named the Galaxy Note Edge might turn out to be a Galaxy Note 4 version with such a three-sided, edge-to-edge display. As we know, Samsung likes to showcase its extravagant display achievements by putting them in separate niche devices - the curvy Samsung Galaxy Round is the proof.
source: USPTO via SamMobile 

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  • Camera 16 MP (Single camera) 3.7 MP front
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  • Storage 32GB, microSDXC
  • Battery 3220 mAh
  • OS Android 6.0 Marshmallow Samsung TouchWiz UI

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