According to media reported, LG has now hinted to launching a foldable smartphone after the South Korean company Samsung.

The smartphone producer has applied three brand name of registrations like Flex, Foldi, and Duplex at the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO).

On late Friday Engadget reported, “all three applications are categories into three class in 9 that includes with smartphones, so basically, it’s pretty safe that LG is assuming these names of any kind of future devices to produce.”

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Moreover, it’s not clear the names would be used for the smartphone or any other device.

The first two like Flex and Flodi are lightly straightforward and sync with Huawei’s Flexi/Flex and Samsung’s Galaxy F trademarks.

Another side PhoneArena reported, Duplex is the very interesting choice by the LG, specifically, Google is using the word for its AL call making the feature that previously started to rolling out to the users.

Next year probably in March Samsung’s goal to launch another foldable smartphone with a fifth-generation (5G) network-powered Galaxy S10.

Samsung, the South Korean tech giant plans expose the trending flagship Galaxy S10 smartphone in February, and Samsung foldable Galaxy F with another edition Galaxy S10 both are runs on the 5G network in March.


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