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By Daniel Bates Updated: In the history of mobile phone names, some have been good, some have been bad and some have been downright ugly. Nokia's Lumia brand may not sell well in Spain - in some dialects, the term means 'prostitute'.
By now, however, it has been dragged from obscurity very much into the public eye. The error first surfaced on Twitter and spawned comments such as: The hi-tech handsets are designed to put Nokia back in competition with rivals Samsung and Apple in the smartphone market - despite the name.
Other firms have also made similar marketing blunders - in when Ford launched its new model, the Pinto, it was not well received in Brazil. Perhaps the most notorious error, however, was by beer makers Coors.
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