2015-11-11 03:42 AM
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2015-11-22 06:21 AM
2015-11-25 04:39 PM - edited 2015-11-25 04:44 PM
I purchased an Xperia Z3 expecting that Sony would support Sinhala language as it was meant to be suppported from Android Lollipop onwards. But now I'm really dissaponted about my purchase as Sony has intentionally removed Sinhala Unicode from their android updates. If HTC, Samsung, Nexus, and other leading brands can support Sinhala language, I can't accept what Sony has done to Sri Lankan Sony mobile users by removing their native language. I looked forward a positive response throughout Sony's major releases and now I'm totally fed up on waiting. I was recently planning to purchase an Xperia Z5 and now I know that it would also be a huge disspointment. So now I feel like it's time to try some other Brand who provide loyal support for their customers.
2015-11-26 04:52 AM
This thred started early this year when Sony release Android 5.0 that time we get the assurance from @Rickard the person from support team that Sinhala will be added to the next lollipop mainenance updates, but after so many updates Sony didn't care about this and this is still due and after that there is no update from them also, likewise that this will not happen with there next Android 6 update.So this is my last Sony handset and I think it's better to have Samsung or Huawei brand thats really care about there customer needs.
2015-12-04 09:11 AM
In the Android 6.0 upgrade, we will support Sinhala font rendering. This means that if there is Sinhala content in an application, for example when you are watching BBC Sinhala in Facebook, it will be rendered and you will be able to read it. However, the Xperia devices will not support Sinhala as a phone language. We will for example not support Sinhala menus.
2015-12-05 02:37 AM
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