Chinese tech giant Vivo’s sub-brand iQOO seems to be planning to launch a handful of new smartphones in the near future. While the company hasn’t yet announced anything officially, it seems to be preparing to launch as many as five new smartphones in the coming days. The brand has filed trademarks for several names like the Vivo “EQOO”, “OQOO”, “UQOO”, “VQOO”, and “XQOO”, which are expected to come under Vivo’s iQOO series of smartphones. The trademarks have appeared in the database of the World Intellectual Property Organisation. Some of these trademarks have been filed in the Philippines and some are in Columbia, which are expected to be the targeted launch markets for these devices.
The trademarks for the Vivo EQOO, OQOO, UQOO, VQOO, and XQOO haven’t uncovered anything about the highlights of these up and coming cell phones. They are documented under the Nice Class 99 and 9, which are generally used to trademark portable specialized gadgets. So we can anticipate that the organization should dispatch these cell phones sooner rather than later. The trademarks were recorded just a couple of days prior.
Vivo’s iQOO sub-brand appeared in March this year by propelling its first cell phone that passes by a similar name. After the iQOO, the organization has discharged three new handsets called the iQOO Neo, iQOO Neo 855, and iQOO Pro. The Chinese brand hasn’t yet discharged any of the iQOO arrangement cell phones in India.