Samsung finally registered the G-nusmas trademark, which will be called the blue anthropomorphic ant

Samsung finally registered the G-nusmas trademark, which will be called the blue anthropomorphic ant

Although the user-distorted name "Gnusmas" has been circulating in the post-Council space and beyond for decades, it is only now that Samsung has decided to officially register its rights to it, which will be called the new mascot of the manufacturer.

According to RBC, an application for registration of a G-nusmas trademark has been noted in the database of the EU Intellectual Property Agency. It is known that the document also contains an image of a blue figure similar to the alien's hybrid and ant. According to some reports, the character can be presented as early as 10 August during the annual event of Galaxy Unpacked, during which the new product will be presented.

The company is expected to present a new generation of flexible smartphones, Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4. At the same time, it is expected to debut a series of smart hours of Galaxy Watch 5, likely also demonstrating Galaxy Watch 5 Pro. In addition, industry experts do not rule out the debuts of the wireless galaxy Buds 2 Pro earphones with an updated sound system and Transparency mode capable of "filtering" the sounds of the outside world, repressing "excessive" and leaving the voice, for example, to be heard.