Android Updates, India, Phones

HTC to bring Hindi, Tamil and Marathi language support to Android phones

HTC has announced that it has started rolling out a software update for its One series, Desire C and V smartphones. This software update will bring full language support for Hindi, Tamil and Marathi languages.

The users will be able to read and write in Hindi, Tamil and Marathi through all messaging functions on HTC smartphones launched this year.

“HTC is committed to helping Indian consumers communicate easily through a more intuitive mobile experience, which can only be offered with full Indian language capability on their smartphones. HTC continues to be the smartphone brand of choice for the India market due to our focus on what the consumer needs, and delivering that in an encompassing, holistic manner” said Faisal Siddiqui, Country Manager, HTC India, in a statement.

The Bengali language viewing capability will be available from August 2012.

3 thoughts on “HTC to bring Hindi, Tamil and Marathi language support to Android phones

  1. Congratulation of HTC for enabling Tamil SMS messaging. It is private companies such as these which are taking Tamil language to the phones without any co-operation from the TN government. TN goverment should offer at least tax intensive (like VAT discounts) all the participating manufacturers providing with Tamil SMS and T9 support and should make it easy for distribution of such handsets. TN should government should show support all such handsets by placing order for these handsets the official use purposes.

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