LG Has Been Awarded Trademarks For Multiple Future Generations Of The "G" Series Handsets

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LG has apparently gotten the trademarks approved for future iterations of their popular LG G series handsets as they were awarded patents for the upcoming LG G4, as well as patents for the the LG G5 through the LG G9.  Now it's obvious that LG is doing nothing more here than solidifying their capability to secure these names with trademarks so that they can have them available when and if they need them down the road. That isn't to say that we'll end up seeing an LG G9 years from now, but it wouldn't surprise us if that happens. This would all depend on if LG is able to hold popularity with this smartphone franchise, but we'd imagine if the G phones ended up losing appeal with a steady decline in popularity, LG would likely not follow with another phone in the series and release a future flagship with a new name.

It is safe to say though that LG probably has plans to carry the G series lineup all the way through six more versions. This tells us little more than the fact that they believe in their products and that they will be able to keep cranking out popular devices that will be desired by the masses. The LG G4 handset is rumored to be unveiled at the upcoming Mobile World Congress 2015 event which begins in March, and the handset is believed to be coming with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor much like the already announce LG G Flex 2 which was stated to use this CPU.

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The LG G4 is also believed to be sticking with a QHD display but has been rumored to possibly up the ante, although we hope that LG doesn't increase the size of the display and decides to keep the screen at a healthy 5.5-inches. They could even lower the size of the screen to 5.2 or a flat 5-inches and the phone would still be amazing. Are you looking forward to seeing what LG has planned next for the future of their device lineup? What features would you like to see in the LG G4?

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Justin has written for Android Headlines since 2012 and currently adopts a Editor role with a specific focus on mobile gaming and game-streaming services. Prior to the move to Android Headlines Justin spent almost eight years working directly within the wireless industry. Contact him at [email protected]

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