Huawei has filed three trademark applications to the UK’s Intellectual Property Office (IPO) for the P300, P400 and P500.
it is mandatory for OEMs to get their device names registered with Intellectual Property Offices of different countries or regions. So that once a trademark has been registered, another company cannot make use of the name for their products.
The trademarks are categorised as Class 9 with the description; ‘smartphones; mobile phones; tablets’. Hence it is clear that the newly trademarked Huawei listings are concerned with smartphones or mobile handsets.
Unfortunately, the trademarks do not reveal any feature or specification of the upcoming smartphones. As observed with past instances, Huawei usually launches P-series smartphones in the Q1 of the respective year and upcoming devices are expected to follow suit.