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New naming scheme


Mar 10, 2013, 2:07 PM
I had a customer with a heavy accent call me asking about this. He just couldn't grasp that The One, the One S, and the at&t phone the One X, were different devices. I think I spoke to him for about half an hour trying damn hard to explain to him these are totally separate devices. I didn't get through to him. Anyways, they need a new naming scheme pronto. What will their phone names be like in a few years? The One XXVC+- Type R? Too much to remember for a customer.

Mar 12, 2013, 6:18 PM
This One, That One, The Next One, The One After That, and so on...
Rusty Shackleford

Apr 5, 2013, 1:27 AM
So the One X is the predecessor to the One.

I can't blame a marketing guru for this stupid decision because being utterly clueless seems to be a hallmark of a successful marketing executive, but somewhere in that chain of command in HTC there ought to have been someone WITH A CLUE who would have noticed that this completely violates decades of precedence established for the naming of technological devices.

I hope this hurts HTC's sales of this device substantially. I am so sick of stupidity like this in the world. I think this is even worse than GM's decision to sell the Chevy Nova in spanish-speaking countries ("Nova" sounds like "No va" in espanol which means "it does not go") It's not as funny as GM's bad decision, but I thin...

Sep 21, 2013, 7:03 PM
um. No. the X in One X stands for Xtra old. the one in the HTC ONE stands for ONE phone to rule them all.
Poison Ivy

Nov 8, 2013, 3:32 PM
Yet it hasn't ruled.

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