Xiaomi file trademark application for the small dinosaur graphic

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Yusuf Balogun
Yusuf Balogun
Yusuf is an aspiring Journalist and Health law expert with a special focus on technology innovations. He is a guest writer at Qwenu and Deputy Editor-in-chief of Gamji Press.

Xiaomi Technology Co., Ltd. recently filed a trademark application for a new graphic trademark that resembles a little dinosaur, or KINO, the Redmi Demon King.

The international classification of the trademark, according to the enterprise search app, includes leather, leather items, medical equipment, and so on. 

IT Home learned that on December 10, 2019, at the Redmi K30 conference, a special member of the Redmi brand family – the gigantic devil KINO – was introduced. 

According to the official statement, the giant demon king KINO represents love in everyone’s heart, looks out of the crowd, and is warm within; to love everything about KO, everything is OK for friends, and love is its superpower.  

Xiaomi also released the Big Demon King KINO vinyl doll set, which costs 69 yuan and includes stickers from KINO, HOHO, and Big Devil.  

In addition, the Redmi mobile phone comes with official KINO themes and official dynamic emoticons. 

Xiaomi Corporation, often known as Xiaomi Inc. in Asia, is a multinational electronics firm based in Beijing that was created in April 2010. Manufacturers invest in a wide range of products, including smartphones, mobile apps, laptops, home appliances, purses, shoes, consumer electronics, and more.

Redmi mobile phone products include the digital series, the Note series, and now the popular high-end K series, as many consumers who are familiar with Redmi should know. Xiaomi’s digital models are thought to have inspired the K-series models. The key reason for this is that the Redmi K series has virtually perfected stacking materials, and the pricing is unbeatable.  

The Redmi K series’ current highlight is this. The shooting of Xiaomi’s pal on the beach was mocked by many netizens. News concerning the next-generation Redmi K50 series was recently leaked on the Internet, not long after the Redmi K40 was released. 

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