Naming is one of the most important factors in the smartphone industry. In order to get your product remembered by your customers, you need to come out a fancy name. Something that will sounds good and easy to memorize. We’ve already heard some android devices named with ridiculous name like HTC Vivid, which similar to the name of one of the biggest porn production house in the US. But you must admit that it is a short name and will stuck in your head the moment after you hear it.
That’s why today, we decided to come out with list of Android device that dubbed with ridiculously long name. Some of these handsets are even easier to said using it’s model number than the commercial name! Let’s check out our complete list.
Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch. How many words are there on this name? Well, if count S II as a single words, then you’re officially have an android smartphone with six words for it’s commercial name! Wow. Despite all of it’s fancy hardware specs, Sprint seems having some trouble with the naming of this handset. For your information, the previous Galaxy S was named as Samsung Galaxy Epic 4G. So, in order to continue the naming scheme, the company decided to come out with a new long name.
Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx. The main reason why Motorola decided to add the word “Maxx” as the last name of this handset is because it is powered with superior battery pack than it’s predecessor, the Motorola Droid RAZR. But why they even don’t consider to pack it with such battery unit since the first day? That’s remain a mystery until now. Anyway, the Canadaian manufacturer is reported to launch a HD version of the Droid RAZR. It is said that the handset will carry on similar hardware specs to Droid RAZR and Droid RAZR Maxx’s battery. So, have you already guess it yet what they might called this? Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx HD anyone?
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10/7. This is the next generation of Samsung’s android tablet. To be honest, this naming scheme makes us little bit confuse. It seems like Samsung is trying to follow similar pattern to Galaxy S. The next generation of the handset is called as Galaxy S II, while the upcoming successor is expected to be dubbed as Galaxy S III. But Galaxy Tab 2? Give us a break. The fact that this name also feature 10/7 figures on it’s last part, which indicate the screen size of the tablet, is also add some confusion. We hope that Samsung will come out with better naming for their next tablet.
Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G. Another Samsung’s android device with long name. This handset is currently sit at the T-Mobile inventory. The main reason why Samsung come out with such an awful naming is because the handset is the improved version of Galaxy S Blaze phone (with similar OS and little bit faster CPU) and it is support for 4G LTE connectivity. So, there you have it. It seems like Samsung’s marketing team is currently busy with the Galaxy S III’s carrier testing that they can’t even think of better name than this.
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