Do you see quite a bit of an association between smart earbuds and quick cell phone charging? No? Bragi would don’t think so. The audio organization has sued OnePlus in the European Union for purportedly encroaching on its trademark for the Dash.
As indicated by the company, OnePlus is deliberately sowing disarray with the Dash Charge highlight in its telephones, which sounds like the Dash Charger case that tops up Bragi’s wireless earbuds.
It is as of now amidst a government claim against OnePlus in the US. To back up its case, Bragi called attention to that both the US Patent and Trademark Office and the EU’s Intellectual Property Office had shot down OnePlus’ offered to enroll a Dash Charge trademark.
Is there much true disarray? For all intents and purposes, no. You most likely aren’t hoping to get Bragi’s wireless innovation when you purchase a OnePlus 6, similarly as you likely don’t think it is utilizing OnePlus innovation to keep your earbuds charged.
In any case, the audio organization may feel constrained to sue notwithstanding. There is a “use it or lose it” perspective to trademark law in a few nations – on the off chance that you don’t guard the trademarks you have, you hazard losing the capacity to uphold them.
It wouldn’t have any desire to risk more organizations utilizing the Dash name and weakening its branding. Bragi Dash is true wireless headphones with intelligent Bluetooth technology. The wireless headphones have in-ear biometric technology and are designed to give the best audio experience. The organization is located in Munich, Germany. The company started in 2013.
Bragi specializes in wireless headphone technology, even before Apple brought the Airpods in the market. It also has an operating system for next generation computer systems and is called Bragi OS.
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