New X-series devices trademarked by LG in South Korea

You might remember the news which we gave you about a trademark made by LG in its home country for a device named LG G5 SE. Not long after that, the device was officially unveiled by the company. We are expecting a similar case for some new devices which have just been trademarked by the South Korean company. Apparently, after releasing an affordable ‘X’ and ‘K’ series and the high-end flagship, LG has trademarked four new smartphones in South Korea – LG X Suit, X Skin, X Classic and X Slim. Needless to say, these new devices will be an addition to the X Series by LG.

Although no news has yet been outed regarding the specifications and design of the upcoming smartphone, their potential names speak for themselves to some extent. This must also be mentioned that there is an equal probability that these new trademarked names might be of some accessories instead of smartphones.


See also: Leaked images and specifications of the upcoming HTC Desire 830

For those who haven’t heard of it yet, the X series comprises of two smartphones – LG X screen and LG X cam. Note that these smartphones were officially unveiled on the MWC event which took place this February. Soon after the unveiling, the smartphone reached markets in South Korea, Europe, Latin America, and Asia. According to LG, X series is“a mass-tier smartphone lineup with premium features until now only available on LG’s flagship models.”

Below is a small comparison of both devices:

Specifications LG X Screen LG X Cam
Release date 2016, March 2016, March
Display 4.93″ 720x 1280 pixels;
1.76″ 80 x 520 pixels  Secondary display
5.2″ 1080 x 1920 pixels
Thickness 7.1 mm 6.9 mm
Camera 13MP rear camera;
8 MP Front facing camera
13MP/5MP rear camera;
8 MP Front facing camera
Internal storage 16GB 16GB
MicroSD Yes Yes
Battery 2300 mAh Li-Ion 2520 mAh Li-Ion
OS Android OS, v6.0 Android OS, v6.0


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