IIT GRADUATES MAKE FIRSTOUCH : A phone which translates Indian languages


Last Updated On: June 5th, 2014

An android phone called Firstouch has been made by a group of IIT’ians. It can translate English language to many Indian languages and vice vers.

Sudhir Bangarambandi , Rakesh Deshmukh and Akash Dongre have designed this Matra Text technology which translates english to indian languages.

 

These phone enables a user not to worry about changing keyboard apps as it’s built-in App works smooth and also you can switch between different languages according to your convenience .
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The Phone Specs are :

  1. DUAL CORE 1.2 Ghz Processor
  2. 1300 mAh Battery
  3. 2 MP Rear Camera
  4. 0.3 front Camera
  5. 512 MB RAM
  6. 4 GB ROM
  7. 32 GB EXPANDABLE VIA MICRO SD CARD

 

The phone will be first available in Gujarat according to The Economic times at a price Tag of 6000 INR.

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