CatchThis Blog / samsung naming

Jed Rendleman

September 4, 2014

Early yesterday, Samsung made a surprise announcement that they would be releasing two new oversized smartphones, the Galaxy Note Edge and the Galaxy Note 4. The Android-based Samsung Note phones have already been pushing the boundaries on phone screen size since the very first Note in 2011. Their comically large screens led to the phones […]

Mark Skoultchi

September 5, 2013

Move over lips and eyes: suddenly, the wrist is the sexiest part of your body, as far as technology’s concerned. “Wearables” have dominated the mobile market recently, with the explosion of small, smart devices that we carry ever closer to us. They’re physically attached to us 24/7 and “listen” to our bodies, using sensors to […]

Mark Skoultchi

November 17, 2011

When Heraclitus said, “the only constant is change,” perhaps he was talking about the telecommunications industry. The average lifespan of a cell phone these days is shorter than a mayfly’s; and the ever-shorter product lifecycle has caused a surge in names for the barrage of new devices. Bucking this industry trend, Nokia recently announced its […]

Mark Skoultchi

September 21, 2011

With the unveiling of four gleaming Galaxy Android mobile phones, Samsung also announced a new naming system, aimed at helping “users simply identify the device designed to deliver the perfect experience for them,” according to JK Shin, head of Samsung’s Mobile Communications division. (May I also suggest referring to your “users” as “customers” if you […]

Mark Skoultchi

June 25, 2007

Samsung is launching a new phone that some are referring to as the “anti-phone.”t This new phone will only have the ability to send and receive calls and check voicemail. It won’t come laden with confusing and fancy features like text messaging, camera, or internet. The phone will largely be targeted at consumers who just […]