Samsung’s smartwatch to be called ‘Samsung GEAR,’ trademark filing suggests
Samsung’s smartwatch, a watch with features borrowed from the Galaxy S4, will be called “Samsung GEAR,” a trademark filing suggests.
The news comes from Phandroid. Phandroid reports, “We’ve been doing a bit of trademark snooping recently, and came up one one very interesting character mark by the big, bad Samsung. It’s being called the “Samsung GEAR,” and while the primary description suggests the name could apply to literally everything under the sun, the secondary one specifically focuses on watches, clocks, wristbands, bracelets and the like which can communicate with phones, PCs and tablets using the internet and other communication methods. It’s a fitting name, when you think about it — analog clocks and watches use small gears to turn the various hands. It would certainly be very easy to market in that regard.”
Of course, since Samsung is yet to reveal anything official about its smartwatch, treat this with a pinch of salt for now.
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