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HTC Explorer, the Taiwanese giant’s low-cost Android offering in India, is now available with regional language support, following an over-the-air update that has begun rolling out from today. According to HTC, it becomes the first Android device to offer full Hindi and Tamil language support. Support for more regional Indian languages will follow soon, in 2012.
HTC clarifies the language support will be available for both input and display. HTC Explorer users will be able to view and compose content in Hindi and Tamil on any compatible Android application, with access to high quality fonts and onscreen keyboards for Hindi and Tamil.
Lennard Hoornik, president of South Asia, HTC Corporation, spoke about the important of the new feature:
"Language is the basic medium in which people communicate and people communicate most effectively and smoothly in a language which they grew up and are familiar with. That's why HTC has made Indian language support a key priority as part of our commitment to India."
The HTC Explorer currently bears a recommended retail price of Rs. 11,650. Specs include a 3.2-inch HVGA display, 600MHz processor, Adreno 220 GPU, 384MB of RAM, Android 2.3 Gingerbread, HTC Sense 3.5 UI, 3MP camera, and a variety of bundled apps – such as Saavn, Bollywood Hungama, NDTV Cricket, NDTV news, eBuddy XMS, HTC Flashlight, Asphalt Adrenalin, Uno, Cricket Pro, as well as an inbuilt data monitor for data usage stats. It also comes with interchangeable back panels, as seen below.
For more details about the device’s specifications refer to our previous coverage.