Naha, as far As I have seen, Android devices and a iPhones, with the exception of a few Samsung models sorely lack support for Indic display, forget composing text. The Indian tech community doesn't seem too keen on pressurising Apple, Google, Research in Motion, etc to ensure Indic support across all languages. Sad, but true.
On 12/21/11, pavithran <pavithra...@gmail.com> wrote: > On 19 December 2011 17:29, Srikanth Ramakrishnan > <parakara.gh...@gmail.com> wrote: >> True that. While Hindi and Tamil have always been at an advantage due >> to them being the first two Indic languages to be embraced by the tech >> industry, > Agreed . > >> AFAIK, the sms typed on these phones don't conform to >> Unicode standards. Atleast not on Nokia models. > > Yeah I haven't seen a unicode message being transferred . Anyone has > an idea of devices which support SMS using Unicode characters . I am > guessing android devices . > > Regards, > Pavithran > > > > -- > pavithran sakamuri > http://look-pavi.blogspot.com > > _______________________________________________ > Wikimediaindia-l mailing list > Wikimediaindiafirstname.lastname@example.org > To unsubscribe from the list / change mailing preferences visit > https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/wikimediaindia-l > -- Regards, Srikanth Ramakrishnan. Wikipedia Coimbatore Meetup on December 10th. http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Meetup/Coimbatore _______________________________________________ Wikimediaindia-l mailing list Wikimediaindiaemail@example.com To unsubscribe from the list / change mailing preferences visit https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/wikimediaindia-l