What are the Samsung Gear Blink and Samsung Rounded?

What are the Samsung Gear Blink and Samsung Rounded?
Samsung wants to trademark two new names which may hint at future products that the company is planning to release. The names are Samsung Gear Blink and Samsung Rounded, and both are in the process of being trademarked in South Korea.

“Gear Blink” suggests that this could be an alternative name of the rumored Samsung Gear Glass (since the Glass name is already used by Google for its smart eyewear). As for "Samsung Rounded", this might be the successor to the Galaxy Round (seen on the left), which was launched last year as Samsung’s first smartphone to feature a curved display. However, the Galaxy branding is missing from this name, so it may not refer to a smartphone after all.

Sure enough, we can't know if Samsung will indeed use these names (not every trademarked moniker ends up being paired with a real product). But we’ll see what happens, and let you know when new details about this arrive.

source: Korea Institute of Patent Information via GalaxyClub (translated), Sammy Today



1. Peeyushmalik96

Posts: 75; Member since: Jun 08, 2013

So does that mean Samsung will continue to use tizen on its wearables instead of android wear???? (there is no galaxy with the gear blink)

5. hassoups

Posts: 473; Member since: Jun 06, 2013

they're going to use android wear once it's available too.

2. Arte-8800

Posts: 4562; Member since: Mar 13, 2014

Yuck looks ugly Hate curved phones Rectangle with sharp edges looks really stunning like the Sony Z and oppo7 L925 One+

3. Peeyushmalik96

Posts: 75; Member since: Jun 08, 2013

but such a design is less ergonomic than curved design

4. PK1983

Posts: 215; Member since: Aug 08, 2012

G-Flex makes sense. A phone that curves in landscape mode and one that is flexible.

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