All smart devices have accessibility settings that can be turned on to assist users access the device. For people with some vision this includes increasing text size, reducing transparencey, increasing contrast or turning on bold text. For people with little or no vision the device can generally be navigated by speach eg Talkback or Voiceover and smart assistants like Siri and Google assistant.

Classic mobile phones can also have features that assist visually impaired people.

Below are a sample of videos about phones or tablets that have been developed specifically for visually impaired people or have features that are useful to visually impaired people.

Disclaimer : Whilst Warwickshire Vision Support may be able to suggest various third party productss which may be able to assist you, those are not endorsed by Warwickshire Vision Support.  Warwickshire Vision Support has no control over those third parties and cannot be held responsible for the accuracy of information and support they can provide or the suitability and quality of any products or services they provide.

Synapptic Phone / Tablet

In Your Pocket Phone and Media Device

Emporia TALKactive T221 4G mobile phone

BlindShell Classic Talking Mobile Phone

MiniVision2 - Accessible Cell Phone

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