Internet acronyms, text message jargon, abbreviations, initialisms, cyberslang, leetspeak, SMS code, textese With hundreds of millions of people texting regularly, it's no wonder you've seen this cryptic looking code!
Asus is expected to roll out the Android 6.0 Marshmallow Update for the complete Zenfone 2 series along with the Zenfone 2 Laser, Deluxe, Zenfone Selfie.
The Asus phones that will be receiving the Marshmallow at a later stage are the Zenfone 6, 5 and 4.
(Note that there is not any official announcement From Asus for the Previous Zenfone Series are they getting Last edited by ARP_ASUS on 2015/10/9 Hi kunal, Do not jump the gun, we would like to inform you that there is no plans or implementation for higher version of Android on our Zenfone device.
Commonly thought of as a series of letters that make up a 'word' there is a distinction between acronyms and shorthand.
The actual definition of an acronym and text shorthand is here.
Online enthusiasts are learning that shorthand are in fact called acronyms, but this is incorrect.
The difference between acronyms and shorthand is that with acronyms, (for example, 'ESP' is an initialism for 'extra sensory perception' whereas 'esp. The online practice is to refer to shorthand, initialisms, or abbreviations as acronyms.
The majority of the expressions you see above are not acronyms, but rather shorthand used while text messaging or IMing.
There are several terms to describe different kinds of jargon including anacronym, backronym, weather acronyms, city acronyms, leetspeak and textonyms.
BTW: If you ever see someone TYPING AN ENTIRE SENTENCE IN ALL CAPITAL LETTERS that means SHOUTING!
It is not proper netiquette to TYPE IN ALL CAPS (even in email), in fact, it's annoying.