Samsung files for six new Galaxy trademarks


Samsung’s trademark train is showing no sign of slowing, but it did pick up a few new passengers. Adding to the growing list of names available for use with future handset designs, the Korean manufacturer has added  Galaxy Lunge, Galaxy Forge, Galaxy Weild, Galaxy Mission, Galaxy Rivet, and Galaxy Victory. The names are only the latest in a spree of trademark applications that Samsung kicked off earlier this year.

[via Fusible]

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  1. They are ridiculous.

  2. Hilarious, they should leave the “galaxy” moniker for their flagship phone only all this lil crapy entry level ones they should name something else, kinda takes away from the exclusivity and the reputation of the galaxy.

  3. Why don’t they just make it easier and file for a whole dictionary?

    1. Apple is already in the process of doing so.

  4. all those names are stupid. Just maintain one name that can be the “Marquee” or something “ICONIC”…..and samsung don’t use the names i just said, or ill sue your asses worser than Apple.

  5. Samsung Galaxy S III Epic 4G Lunge forward to Forge the river and Wield a Rivet Gun to complete the Mission for Victory.

  6. These are simply the carrier branded names for the Galaxy S III

  7. What’s a Weild? Or are they covering their bases by filing for typos as well? I can’t wait for when they run out of properly spelled ridiculous phone names and I have to see a “Samsung Galaxy Awesum” on shelves.

    1. Kevin Krause had a typo and forgot the commonly taught rule in school: I before E except after C.

      1. or sounding like “A” as in “neighbor” or “weigh” ;)
        Everyone always forgetys the last part.

        1. And then the are all of the numerous exceptions like “weird,” “forfeit,” and “seize.” Moral of the story? Don’t trust the English language.

        2. “I” before “e” except after “c” and when sounding like “a” as in “neighbor” and
          “weigh,” and on weekends and holidays and all throughout May, and you’ll
          always be wrong no matter what you say! -Brian Regan

  8. Why do my comments keep getting removed?

  9. The galaxy jive turkey as a low end smartphone on walmart family mobile.

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