iQOO applies trademarks for iQOO Pad and iQOO Book

    Vivo have applied for the registration of the iQOO Pad and iQOO Book trademarks in June, and has now finished receiving papers which have now gone under review.

    IQOO’s registration of the iQOO Pad and iQOO Book trademarks this time may indicate that the company is preparing to enter the PC market and the tablet market. But it cannot be ruled out that this is only a pre-registered trademark to prevent copyright infringement.

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    Assuming they’re real, we’re really interested to see these new iQOO devices launch. The company could use some diversification in their product line-up of smartphones, and considering how good those have been, it’s going to be exciting to see.

    On top of this, we’ve also seen vivo register some trademarks themselves. The company recently trademarked some documents for a NEX Book and NEX Pad, which supports the copyright infringement idea, though we hope that’s not the case.

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