Foldable telephones seem to be just around the corner, as the first foldable phone comes out and Samsung introduces its own foldable device. Now, on November 21, 2018, LG has applied for three new trademarks with EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office). Flex, Foldi and Duplex are trademarks of LG, according to Lets Go Digital. Used in the company's upcoming foldable phones. In October, LG Mobile's CEO Hwang Jeong-hwan confirmed that the company is working on the foldable phone.
Flexi and Foldi trademarks may be used in flexible and foldable display phones, respectively. Two flexible screens can be divided into duplex for an LG phone. It is also said that one day after applying for the three brands, LG has applied for more smartphone model names; LG ID, Solid, Solidis, XB and XF. Even if the company owns a trademark on these names, it is entirely possible that they may not be used. In addition, we have added the fact that the information circulating on the Internet suggests that Samsung's folding smartphone is internally called Galaxy Flex.
Talking about Samsung's foldable smartphones, the company was introduced earlier this month at the Samsung Developers Conference (SDC) in San Francisco. Senior Vice President of Mobile Product Marketing Samsung, Justin Denison, demonstrated the device. It was presented under a pale light and camouflaged in a black cloth to protect the elements of the design. Samsung said the device uses an 7.3-inch Infinity Flex Display at a resolution of 1536 x 2152p. When turned on, it has a screen aspect ratio of 4.2: 3, doubled to reveal a second screen called the ğ cover display piksel, working as a 4.58 inch phone with a resolution of 840 x 1960 pixels. The 21: 9 aspect ratio. Samsung says the phone can be folded to fit in a pocket. You can read more here.
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