Samsung trademarked Galaxy Space, likely for new VR headset


Samsung trademarked Galaxy Space, likely for new VR headset

Earlier it was reported that the South Korean company Samsung has filed an application for registration of a new Blade trademark. It is speculated that it has something to do with the next-generation displays that will be used in future Galaxy S21 smartphones. According to the resource Gizmochina, the manufacturer also applied for registration of another trademark called Galaxy Space.


A document by Samsung Electronics found in the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) database and was filed on October 22. However, it only became public on October 26. It indicates that this trademark can be used in relation to virtual reality headsets, liquid crystal displays, routers, smart locks, charging stations for portable phones, tablets, laptop computers, video projectors, smartwatches, smartphones, and speakers.

According to the resource LetsGoDigital, Samsung may use this trademark for its new virtual reality headset. The device was listed in the Geekbech synthetic test database back in July last year. Then it was noted that a gadget with this name runs on the Windows 10 Home operating system based on an eight-core mobile chipset with a frequency of 2.84 GHz and is equipped with 8 GB of RAM. It is likely that at that time an early prototype of the device was lit up, and the actual characteristics of the gadget at the time of its announcement will be completely different.

It should also be recalled that Samsung already uses a similar name for its Samsung Space series of monitors.



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