Samsung lodges trade mark for ‘Shannon’

samsungComputer giant Samsung has lodged an Australian trade mark for ‘Samsung Shannon’.

The trade mark application was registered by the Korean headquarters of Samsung on August 6, and covers various electronic devices.

A Google search for the term appears to bring up zero relevant results.

Samsung is a prolific trade marker in Australia, and has lodged seven further applications since June this year – including ‘SAMSUNG WIZ’ and ‘SAMSUNG GALAXY MEGA’.

The devices covering the ‘Samsung Shannon’ trade mark are specifically:

Class 9: Amplifiers; camcorders; computer software; computers; digital cameras; digital set-top boxes; DVD players; electric battery chargers; hard disk drives; mobile telephones; modem chips; MP3 players; optical disc players; portable computers; chips (integrated circuits); rechargeable batteries; semiconductors (chips); smart phones; television receivers; wireless headsets

The trade mark remains at the early status of ‘Indexing Approved’, meaning it has not been seen by an examiner yet.

Click to view a screenshot of Samsung’s ‘Shannon’ trade mark application.


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