USPTO

Samsung files patent for transparent, invisible buttons

USPTO has some treat for us this week as a patent filing from the South Korean giant was spotted. The document shows what could be the future of mobile devices (at least those from Samsung), giving us an idea and the possibility of invisible or transparent buttons. According to the image, these buttons called sensor pads can be set to work with different apps.

Samsung files trademark for Galaxy S6 Edge Plus in the US

Samsung's latest flagship phones, the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, caught the world's attention because of their great design, premium specs and impressive performance. Another variant, the Galaxy S6 Active, was soon released and looks like another S6 variant is coming. Last month, we learned a tip of a possible Galaxy S6 Edge Plus with a larger screen. We heard the new smartphone will be out this coming August.

Samsung trademarks hint at new devices, lineup

Samsung has trademarked three names with the USPTO, which could signal a few new devices in tow. The “Galaxy Adore”, “Galaxy S Fitness”, and Galaxy V:” (not a typo) have all been registered, and the ‘Galaxy’ naming hints at devices. The patent wasn’t forthcoming with specifics about how or where these names would find use for Samsung, though.