HTC is formally launching the HTC One 2014. I like the naming convention. That’s how we name cars. Why not name phones that way? Next model should be HTC One 2015. No?
I certainly prefer it to hearing people say, “Bold 5,” “Curve 6,” etc. How about Bold 2014. Just by tagging it by its year of release, it is easier to know exactly which model is being referred to. Anyway, thankfully, BlackBerry has scrapped that Bold/Curve naming convention that led to the trend.
Good move, HTC. Now, which other manufacturer will be adopting this naming convention please?
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