Huawei seems to be thinking about the naming of his smartphones on the kick up. The Chinese telecom giant has in fact established eight new product names that do not correspond to the current trend. The company registered trademarks under the names P300, P400, and P1000.
The applications were made at the British IPO ( Intellectual Property Office ) and were subsequently included in the European database, LetsGoDigital noted.
As you can see in the images, the Huawei P300, P400, P500, P600, P700, P800, P900, and P1000 brands have been registered in the database and may suggest that the Chinese giant is already planning the next step for its mainline. which is traditionally announced during the first half of the year.
Of course, it is still extremely early to state any information about such devices. Perhaps this is a range of varied smartphones, but it could also be the future of the Huawei P line for the 2020s.
With other industry giants already strengthening their bets and technologies for years to come, Huawei, as the world’s second-largest smartphone maker, is also expected to continue to innovate and, as part of this innovation, a line of handsets still more powerful than the current P series could be very welcome on the world market.
Currently, the flagship of the brand is still the Huawei P30 line and there is still no great indication about the Huawei P40 family, as all the spotlights are being directed to the Huawei Mate 30 family that will be presented until October.
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