Every Android device model is identified by a device code that is widely used (and potentially Googled, or at least returns a lot of results) among specialists/professionals.
E.g. Samsung Galaxy S3 is known with code
GT-I9300, Motorola Nexus 6 is
shamu, Huawei MediaPad M2 10.0 as
For the record, I have just tried to create a tag
m2-a01l (typoed, I have a related question on renaming).
My question here is: does it have sense to create tags and/or synonims according to the device model code to help search engines find questions/answer on that model?
Consider that I took some time to start searching for
m2-a01l stock firmware etc. A number of topics on
xda report the model code for the device in their
[tags], but XDA is a technical forum while Android SE is for everyone.
Those searches are mainly related to ROM stuff. I don't think people search for
how to uninstall app in shamu,
shamu broken glass
To be more clear in my question, it is my opinion that advanced users may also want to search for content by the model code, while everyday Android users/enthusiast may just prefer to use the model name