The race has begun for cell phone manufacturers to be the “first” to bring a foldable smartphone to the consumer market as Samsung and others are already showing off a future foldable smartphone device. LG is also starting to get their ducks in a row and make this happen. The company has applied for three names to be registered at the
Back on November 21st, LG filed an application to brand three names with the
LG already used the name “Flex” in two of their smartphones, the LG G Flex and G Flex 2 back in 2013 and 2015 respectively, so it’s odd to see them go with the same “Flex” name. Both of those devices had a curved display but it does make sense by trademarking that name now. “Duplex” could be a good name to use as it might indicate a duo-display, which in point folds into one actual screen. As for “Foldi”, it more or less just sounds funny.
Even though LG has filed a trademark application for these names, they might not even use them at all but the move is more of a precautionary measure in case some other smartphone phone manufacturer decides to use Flex, Foldi, or Duplex in the name.
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