LG Watch Pay, Four Smartwatches to Receive Trademarks

LG, the Korean based company is seeking for a trademark for LG watch Pay. The giant is also secretly moving towards attaining trademarks for its four new smartwatches.

LG Watch Pay


Recently, LG had launched its new wearables named as, Watch Urbane 2nd Edition, which is an Android wear smartwatch. The trademark details are very much understood as it says, “watches that communicate data to PDAs; smartphones for wrist”. In between, LG had recently been seen developing a 3D camera partnering with Apple.

LG has once again filed trademark applications with the EU for four of its smartwatches (the trademark application says there are four). The smartwatches are being named in a similar manner as that of LG’s present naming system. The name goes like Watch Pro, Watch Sole, Watch Style, and Watch Force. Seems amazing! However, we don’t have any other information as a part yet. Just take a look at the image below detailing trademarks:

LG Watch Pay

LG Watch Pay has also been filed for the trademark. The details of trademark indicate that Watch Pay would act as a mobile payment service. Interestingly, it would be working as a competitor for Apple Pay and Samsung Pay.  As per the trademark description:

Mobile payment application (software) for smartphone; Payment application software for mobile phones; Computer application programs for Mobile; Mobile payment application (software) for smartwatch.

We have also heard some floating rumors about LG Pay lately. We also hope to see LG G6 come along with a support of LG Pay. The device would have been the first among LG produces that supports this payment service. There is also a possibility that LG Watch Pay would support MST payments service, which is used by Samsung Pay as well.

However, there is no info about the release date and specs. But we expect to see this payment service to get unveiled around 2017. Do share your views using the comments below.


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