Samsung 990 EVO Plus SSD Nearing Launch, New Patent Suggests

Samsung 990 EVO Plus SSD Nearing Launch, New Patent Suggests

Samsung has recently submitted a trademark application for “990 EVO Plus” to the Korea Industrial Property Information Service Center (KIPRIS), as indicated by a report dated June 19th. This move hints at a forthcoming enhancement to the company’s well-regarded 990 EVO solid-state drive (SSD).

Expected Enhancements

Samsung’s EVO Series SSDs are celebrated for their excellent balance between performance and durability, making them a favored option among both everyday users and professionals. The existing 990 EVO features notable read/write speeds and power efficiency, attributes that are expected to see further improvements in the new Plus model.

Trademark Details

The trademark application covers storage products including USB flash drives, NAND flash memories, and SSDs. This strongly suggests that “990 EVO Plus” will be an upgraded SSD within Samsung’s EVO series.

Interestingly, Samsung has also applied for a trademark for “9100 PRO.” Although this trademark is categorized under storage and semiconductor products, it doesn’t align with Samsung’s typical naming conventions for consumer-grade storage solutions. The exact purpose behind the “9100 PRO” trademark is still unclear.

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