Samsung’s upcoming flexible AMOLED displays technology, which was last week sold to rival local firms resulting in arrests, now got a name “Youm”. The South-Korean giant files the Youm trademark and make the product official on company website. The company has entered an application to the US Patent and Trademark Office for Youm, and the logo is included in the filing. The company also files WAMOLED, FAMOLED, PAMOLED, TAMOLED and YOUM as trademark in March 2012. Samsung’s site other than the name offers a quick comparison between the new technology, LCD, and OLED.
On Friday, March 16, 2012, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for YOUM by Samsung Mobile Display Co., Ltd., Yongin-city Gyunggi-do. The USPTO has given the YOUM trademark serial number of 85571677. The current federal status of this trademark filing is NEW APPLICATION – RECORD INITIALIZED NOT ASSIGNED TO EXAMINER. The correspondent listed for YOUM is . The YOUM trademark is filed in the category of Computer & Software Products & Electrical & Scientific Products , Environmental Control Instrument Products (lighting, heating, cooling, cooking) . The description provided to the USPTO for YOUM is Computer monitors; video monitors; computers; TV receivers; cathode-ray tubes; plasma display panels; flat panel displays in the nature of field emission displays; diodes; mobile telephones; displays for mobile phones; MP3 players; displays for MP3 players; MP4 players; displays for MP4 players; portable multimedia players; displays for portable multimedia players; navigation apparatus for vehicles in the nature of on-board computers; displays for navigation apparatus; digital audio players; displays for digital audio players; cameras; displays for cameras; camcorders; displays for camcorders; field emission displays; TV monitors; UMPC (Ultra-Mobile PC); displays for UMPC; video displays for UMPC; tablet computer.
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