Tuesday , June 27 2017

Android Phone Name Generator takes the piss out of device naming conventions

Android devices are released thick and fast all across the world, so naming them is pretty important to ensure its catchy and people want to buy it as well it explaining what the phone is all about. Android Phone Name Generator takes the piss out of how carriers and manufacturers do this by mashing all the usual names together, for example: Sony Ericsson Sensation Slide Z 4G+ One and Acer Captivate Incredible S G2. Hilarious if you ask me, but then again I’m easily amused. Check it out at the source link below!

 
Source: Android Phone Name Generator.

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Sean Hatton
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Sean Hatton

“takes the piss” – love the ockerism, thanks for bringing an Australian perspective to Android!

Anonymous
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Motorola Vigor Vibrant S

MVVS .. sounds like a remote control car noise.

Andy
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Andy

HOT – Htc Optimus Thunderbolt

SUPeR – Samsung Ultra Prime Razr

MAD – Motorola Atrix Desire

A SS – Acer Sensation Slide

Andreas
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Andreas

Sony Ericsson Liquid Slide… hmmmm

Grant Bridge
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Grant Bridge

HTC Thunderbolt Epic X.Name a device like that, I’ll buy it.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Acer Galaxy X2 3D, yes please!

Ian Tester
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Most of them are too long, but a few were plausible 🙂

Dylan Waghorne
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Samsung 
Xperia 
Plus 

Pro

Toby Munro
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Toby Munro

I think I am easily amused also… 🙂

Cheers for the heads up!

Hugh McFarlane
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Hugh McFarlane
My personal favourites that I generated: Samsung Rezound Optimus G1 4G Samsung Mesmerize Optimus Z G1 One, LG Legend Incredible X2 Plus Sony Ericsson Evo Optimus Prime V G1
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