We’ve been talking about Samsung’s new flagships for a while, calling them the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. We’ve already discussed their specs, design, color options and even pricing. But frankly speaking until now we couldn’t even tell whether those names where accurate, not even mention about other features. Today, at least some of our speculations has been verified thanks to the report on the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge trademark process.
Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge names are now official
According to the recent leak the South Korean mobile manufacturer has received trademark rights to the names ‘Galaxy S6’ and ‘S6 Edge’ from the Korean Intellectual Property Office. However, it’s worth noticing that the ‘S6 Edge’ isn’t carrying the Galaxy line branding, and the word ‘edge’ itself is written in lowercase. Perhaps, it’s just a simple mistake made by someone working at the Korean Intellectual Property Rights Information Service, or maybe Samsung is protecting other likely alternatives of the S6 Edge name from being used by its rivals.
Sticking to the topic of the Galaxy S6 Edge, the phone is highly probable to hit the market with twin-like specs of the regular Galaxy S6. Such a situation wouldn’t be a new one, since we could already witness the debut of the Note Edge, which came as a replica of the Galaxy Note 4. The only visible difference will be the display design that just like in the case of the mentioned Note Edge will have rounded edges.
With today’s news we can be a bit more certain what Samsung is going to unveil during its Galaxy Unpacked 2015 press event that takes place on March 1st.