Samsung wants to trademark the Galaxy Core Prima, Ultra, Max, and Galaxy Ace Style

Samsung wants to trademark the Galaxy Core Prima, Ultra, Max, and Galaxy Ace Style
It seems that Samsung is determined to broaden its Galaxy line of smartphone devices even more. It was revealed that the Korean company wants to put a trademark on several smartphone names – the Galaxy Core Prima, Galaxy Core Ultra, Galaxy Core Max, and Galaxy Ace Style. These have been recently filed at the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

Of course, the Galaxy Core Prima, Core Max, and Core Ultra might turn out to be carrier-specific versions of the LTE-enabled successor to the Galaxy Core, bearing the SM-G386F model number. The upcoming device is expected to come out by the end of March. According to recent rumors, the Galaxy Core LTE will come with a 4.5-inch display with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels, a quad-core 1.2GHz processor, 1GB of RAM, an 8MP back snapper, a 2000mAh battery, and Android 4.3 on board.

source: USPTO (1), (2), (3), (4) via SamMobile



1. Kyokado

Posts: 115; Member since: Jul 11, 2013

Wtf happened to galaxy beam T.T

5. garlic456

Posts: 251; Member since: Dec 24, 2012

I own Galaxy Beam too, what do you mean?

7. Kyokado

Posts: 115; Member since: Jul 11, 2013

As in... there wouldnt be a galaxy beam 2? There are concepts of it that looks awesome.

2. ihavenoname

Posts: 1693; Member since: Aug 18, 2013

Another hour, another Galaxy...

3. g2a5b0e unregistered

Wow. You really made that one your own. So creative! +1 to you for being so supercreativeamazeballsOMG!!!

4. hurrycanger

Posts: 1775; Member since: Dec 01, 2013

At first I was like "tf is wrong with you Samsung? Ultra and Max are not for you to trademark. But... well, it's "Galaxy Core Max" and "Galaxy Core Ultra". Not a big deal since no other company should do those names anyway.

6. Gatman

Posts: 18; Member since: Sep 07, 2013

How many galaxies are there ? I can't count no more

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