Couple of points I read somewhere on the net are
Blackberry 9000 series is unicode compatible.
Android was tweaked to display Thai.
Nokia's s60 platform/ sdk is supporting indic languages..
On 2/24/10, Srikanth Ramakrishnan <rsrikanth05(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Also, some Samsung phones [my mums Beat] displays
Hindi text, but in a
manner which I guess we can call 'broken' output.. The letters get spaced
out and matras don't appear or appear as separate entities. Most Motorola
phones support Devnagari, but in Samsung, Motorola and BlackBerrys
non-devnagari indic support is VERY POOR. BlackBerry 8700 series are one
step ahead n don't display indic text AT ALL. Just boxes...
On 24 February 2010 20:34, Hari Prasad Nadig <hpnadig(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 8:23 PM, arjuna rao
As Nokia uses QT, there may not many issues. Also
andriid based phones
also should not be a big problem.
This is all based on my general understanding of the mobile technologies.
It is the closed source vendors who have to be coaxed to make indic
languages rendering work properly.
Android does not support Indic fully yet. Locales are missing. No fonts,
input either. The text shows up as boxes.
A custom ROM is a big problem for normal user.
Hari Prasad Nadig
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