Three New Samsung Phone Name Trademarks Registered: Galaxy Lift, Sire, & Perx


Samsung’s at it again, folks. They’re snapping up more and more names and are trying to get them registered as trademarks with the USPTO. This time, we’ve got names for three Galaxy smartphones in the “Galaxy Lift,” “Galaxy Sire,” and “Galaxy Perx.” As always, it’s unclear what Samsung will use these names for, and if they’ll even use the names to market any specific devices.

They certainly don’t sound like names you’d expect Samsung to market, but you never know. All we know is that they’re most likely tied to Android as Samsung reserves the “Galaxy” brand specifically for phones running the operating system. Let your imagination run wild on this one. [USPTO 1|2|3 via Fusible]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. The Nexus has been put out to stud as a breeding phone, and will Sire me some quadcore, Jellybean offspring.

  2. I would buy the Galaxy Sire, and walk around saying, “like a sire” all the time.

  3. Perx sounds like a shampoo.

  4. I think they should drop the whole “Galaxy” thing and do with regular names.  The Galaxy line is so diluted, I’ve lot track of what’s what.

    1. There are way too many…it confuses me.

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