The US Patent and Trademark Office have officially published yet additional design patents for Samsung. In round two, we cover more phone designs, a new tablet form factor and a unique tablet keyboard with some kind of kickstand that's interesting. In total it was a huge day for Samsung who racked up 18 new design patents today alone.
Samsung Granted 4 Cell/Smartphone Design Patents
Samsung has racked up another four design patents related to various cell/smartphone form factors with the one in top left corner being an odd design indeed.
Samsung's granted patent was originally filed in 2011 and published today by the US Patent and Trademark Office.
Samsung Granted a Design for a Tablet Computer
Samsung has been granted a patent today for their invention relating to a tablet computer. The side profile design appears to have a new design form factor from that of the Galaxy Tab.
Samsung's granted patent was originally filed in September 2011 in the US and published today by the US Patent and Trademark Office.
Samsung is Granted a Design Patent for a Keyboard Associated with a Tablet
Samsung has been granted a design patent today that relates to a tablet. The design patent doesn't provide us with any description that would explain the keyboards spring out function to act as a stand for the tablet-keyboard configuration.
The design patent doesn't describe if this is an Ultrabook Convertible or simply a future Galaxy Tab keyboard accessory. In the end it appears to be a possible future design.
Samsung's design patent was filed in March 2012 in the US and may have been filed earlier in Korea. The patent was published today by the US Patent and Trademark Office.
The design patents presented today include the following: D678,231, D678,233, D678,276, D678,232, D678,270 and D678,234.
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