Udupi based mobile app development company, Robosoft, has partnered with the Bangalore based United Telecoms' WIWO Mobiles to launch its first Indic Android phone, Wiwos Super. For the uninitiated, Robosoft is known for developing apps for media brands such as IBNLive, Hindustan Times, Times of India, NDTV, and OneIndia along with a host of games and utilities. Tech Specs: Wiwos Super is a Dual SIM phone with a 2.8" QVGA Capacitive LCD screen and a 3 megapixel camera. The phone supports 6 languages including English, Hindi, Telugu, Kannada, Tamil and Malayalam. It runs on Android 2.2 'Froyo' and has 512MB RAM, 256MB ROM and an expandable memory of up to 32GB. Other features include a 1500mAh battery, FM Radio, Torch, 3.5mm headset jack and connectivity options like Bluetooth 2.1, microUSB, GPRS and EDGE. Sadly, there is no Wi-Fi support. The phone has an MRP of Rs 5499. Features In November 2011, Robosoft had announced that it is working on a localized version of Android operating system with support for Indian languages. Since then, we have been quite curious how it will implement it, considering the lack of native Indic support in Android operating system (which in itself is quite strange considering Google's extensive work in providing both translation and tools in Indic languages). Quite similar to other Android phones, Wiwos Super comes with five home screens. The main home screen comprises of large shortcut icons providing access to various core phone functions like Phone, Music, Torch, Radio, Camera and SMS. Robosoft stated that Wiwos is primarily targeting tier-3 cities…
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