HTC India on a way to offer localized product for Indian consumers, announced full integrated language support for Hindi, Tamil, Bengali and Marathi for its smartphones range launched this year. This update is available to 2012 line up of smartphones launched in India which includes One X, the One S, the One V, Desire C and Desire V.
HTC smartphone users can now read and write in Hindi, Tamil and Marathi through all messaging functions on their smartphones which include mainly internet browsing and using application downloaded from Google Play. To get the language support on your HTC smartphone, you have to download the update through Over the Air (OTA) which will be available from today (On Android go to Settings > About phone > Software Update > Update).
Faisal Siddiqui, Country Manager, HTC India said “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.”
HTC India is also planning to offer Bengali language support by August 2012. By this offering HTC become the first mobile vendor to offer native support for local Indian languages for Android range of smartphones.