HTC fans in India can be thrilled as there is great news from the company especially for its consumers in India. The news is that HTC will very soon roll out an update for the phones launched this year in India. This update will bring up full support for Indian languages in the HTC mobiles of the year. With that update, you can speak in Hindi, Tamil and Marathi languages on your HTC phones.
The list of phones launched this year by HTC, i.e. the phones getting the new update include HTC One S, HTC One V, HTC One X, Desire C and Desire V. Users will be provided with options for reading and writing with Indian languages in their HTC smartphones. The language support will be made available while users are browsing the internet and also in all Google Play applications. HTC Explorer already has the capability to support Hindi and Tamil.
In a statement by HTC last September, they announced that all the smartphones will be supporting all the Indian languages by this year. If we strictly go by that statement, we can expect an update sooner which will bring support for Oriya and for other languages, as well.
The HTC One and Desire smartphone series will very soon get update for reading and writing support for Hindi, Tamil and Marathi. Bengali viewing update will be made available for these phones later by August. HTC is bringing in an intuitive mobile experience for the Indian consumers with the inclusion of this language support enabling them to communicate easily.
HTC needs to strengthen their position in the Indian smartphone market and is trying to accomplish the same with focussing on exact customer needs. HTC is delivering interesting offerings to the Indian HTC consumers in an encompassing and holistic manner. This strategy from HTC can also be considered as part of their plan to start hitting the mass mid and lower end consumer market in India too.
HTC is expecting that their number of fans in India will tremendously increase once the new update is rolled out. If this update will be a success, they have similar plans to impress the Indian consumers in the upcoming future, as well.