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1st Burmese Language Telephone Has Been Released By HTC

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1st Burmese Language Telephone Has Been Released By HTC

Author : Paul East

Submitted : 2013-03-06 03:55:30    Word Count : 694    Popularity:   0

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Taiwanese smart phone company HTC who tag themselves as "quietly brilliant" have launched new smart phones which allow Burmese language fonts to be used. HTC, who are well known for the HTC wildfire, state that their on screen Burmese keyboard is the most advanced available on the industry today.

Burma - also known as Myanmar - has one of the lowest levels of mobile telephone ownership in the world. Statistics show that in 2011, there were over six billion mobile phones in use globally - which is 87% of the world's population - indicating just how far behind Burma are with telecoms as only 3% of their population own a mobile phone; one of the lowest rates in the world.

The extraordinaryly low rate of mobile telephone usage is down to the reality that there are only two network carriers in Burma. In addition, Sim cards are so expensive that most the population have actually been unable to afford a telephone till now. Even so, this is altering as the government is slashing the extortionately priced Sim cards.

HTC are competing with the likes of Samsung & Huawei who have already released wise phones in the Burmese language at a lower fee. However, HTC hopes that it's particularly advanced keyboard will draw in buyers. HTC also claim that they're the very first company to offer predictive text in the Burmese language, a different feature which will be their unique selling point.

In the past, it has been challenging to integrate the Burmese/Myanmar language into intelligent phones because the language is more complex than other South East Asian languages. There is no international normal for Burmese language symbols, which is inevitably a vast obstacle when producing a keyboard for a telephone. HTC innovator Mr Chou, who was also born & bred in Burma, stated that the aspiration behind this phone model was to allow "men and women in Myanmar to take pleasure in enhanced communications just & simply".

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