Samsung has great success with their diverse Galaxy A-series smartphone line-up. This year the Korean manufacturer has released a large number of new models, from the budget Galaxy A10 to the advanced midrange A90, and all dozens that are in between. Today the company has filed a total of 9 trademarks to secure the name of its future A-series devices.
Samsung Galaxy A-Series 2020
Samsung Electronics has filed 9 new trademarks with EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office) for its future Galaxy A-series. The trademarks are requested on October 16 and include the following brand names: Samsung A12, A22, A32, A42, A52, A62, A72, A82, A92.
For now the names are only requested without the familiar ‘Galaxy’ name. This is very common for Samsung. Normally, the same names with Galaxy are requested a little while later. So expect the full names to be: Samsung Galaxy A12, Galaxy A22, Galaxy A32, Galaxy A42, Galaxy A52, Galaxy A62, Galaxy A72, Galaxy A82 and Galaxy A92. It’s not the first time Samsung has filed trademarks for its 2020 Galaxy A-series devices.
In July LetsGoDigital also discovered a series of new brand names including the Galaxy A11, A21, A31… A91. Possibly Samsung will use these names for the first half of 2020. The newly filed trademarks could very well be used for the A-series devices in the second half of 2020. This year Samsung has added an ‘s’ to the names in the second half of the year. Resulting in model names like the Galaxy A10s, A20s, A30s… A70s.