Huawei surely has ambitions to overtake Samsung Electronics as the number smartphones maker, and in striving to achieve that, the company either churns out numerous smartphones every now and then or rebrands some of its devices for another market. The Huawei Y series is one of such Huawei smartphones that appeal the most to users on a budget.
The Huawei Y9 (2018) launched a couple of months back might be getting a successor soon. We say so because a trademark application has been filed with the European Union Intellectual Property Office EUIPO for protection of the Huawei Y10 moniker, which ordinarily should b sequel to the Huawei Y9.
What’s more, the brand has also filled for the protection of the P66, P77, P88 along with mispronunciations and variations of the company brands like Wawei, Honer, Homor, Huawe, an action the company might have taken to against copycats that might spring out of China anytime.
Huawei has a scheduled event for October 16 for the Huawei Mate 20 series, and it’s very much unlikely we’ll hear anything outside the Mate 20 series at the event, so the Huawei Y10 device might be one tipped for late 2018 or early 2019.