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Considering the same logo is used on the 3GPP website, I'd say yes, it is the official logo.
yes, this ia a registered trademark of ETSI for the 3GPP partners:"Implementers wishing to declare conformity to the 3GPP specifications may mark their equipment and documentation with the 3GPP logo and the name 3GPP. The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) has registered "3GPP" as a trademark for the benefit of the 3GPP Partners and is the copyright holder of the 3GPP logo." (Quote: http://www.3gpp.org/3GPP-Logo-use)
copied the wrong link; the correct one is http://www.3gpp.org/LTE-Logo-use, and the statement there is "The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) has registered "LTE" as a trademark for the benefit of the 3GPP Partners and is the copyright holder of the LTE and LTE-Advanced logo."sorry for the confusion.
My comment is regarding the complete picture, not just the LTE logo. I couldnt see the complete picture anywhere on 3GPP website.
Zahid, as much as I know, the official logo is the word Lte with the three red curves on top. For more details on the official logo, read this pdf: www.3gpp.org/IMG/pdf/lte-and-lte-advanced-logo-guidelines.pdf
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