After announcing a completely new line of smartphones at the end of last month, introducing the world to the new W10, W30 and W30 Pro – which have had their units sold out in a few minutes, it seems LG is still not satisfied with the number of models that are present in the market.
This because, according to a new record found in KIPRIS ( ” Korean Intellectual Property Rights Information Service ” – ” Information Service of Intellectual Property Rights of Korea ” in direct translation), LG registered the name ” M10 ” to a supposed future device.
With the recent debut of W-line smartphones, LG is expected to repeat the revenue and introduce a new M family to the market following a similar nomenclature recently seen bringing the new M10, M30, and M30 Pro.
However, contrary to the line just announced, just for speculation, the expected is that the still unprecedented M10 brings with it a set of specifications lower than those seen in the W10. It is not known, however, whether the new family will be limited to the South Korean market or whether it will be distributed in other countries, as seen with the vast majority of the other devices of the brand.
Leaving this range of entry devices and intermediaries, those who like Korean flagships can already celebrate. This, in addition to the registration of the M10, LG also filled out the documents to register the names of two more models: V60 and V70.
The company’s attitude symbolizes that the V-line of smartphones, known for bringing top-of-the-line technical specifications, should be maintained by the manufacturer for at least another two years. However, as the V50 was already presented at this year’s WWDCalongside the LG G8 and G8s, we expect to see the V60 only in the first quarter of next year; this, if LG maintains its schedule of releases.
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