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Overall 8
8.0

HTC Wildfire Android Mobile

Tech2
12 July 2014
  • Excerpt: In the land of the Android Mobile the competition is getting fierce but HTC has always had a pretty high vantage point being the guys who made the first device and all. One of their latest devices to the hit the Indian market is the Wildfire that’s catering to the mid range segment. Here’s a closer look. Form Factor The device is well balanced and light weight making it easy to carry around and comfortable to use with just one hand.
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HTC Wildfire review – does this super-cheap Android cut too many corners?

mobilementalism.com
17 June 2011
  • Excerpt: In this HTC Wildfire review, I’m not only going to review the Wildfire itself, I’ll also show how it differs from the HTC Desire, the flagship Android phone that’s been flying off the shelves all year.
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Overall 8
8.0

HTC Wildfire Review: In Depth

Recombu
14 February 2011
  • Conclusion: The HTC Wildfire is an excellent mid-range touchscreen with some great features. Though it looks a lot like a small version of an HTC Desire it should be noted that the display isn't as sharp and the phone isn't quite as quick on its feet as it's bigger sibling. Despite this, it’s one of the best low-cost handsets around.
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HTC Wildfire

reviewexplorer.com
4 February 2011
  • Excerpt: If you can’t justify forking out the small fortune it costs to buy an all-singing, all dancing, top-of-the-range mobile handset, then the HTC Wildfire could be for you….. HTC ‘s Wildfire has been around for a few months now and offers an entry-level look at Google’s Android 2.1 operating system for those restricted by budget or just not interested in high price tags or expensive contracts.
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Overall 5
5.0

HTC Wildfire

CNET
4 February 2011
  • Summary: Designed for international markets, the HTC Wildfire is a compact, budget-friendly Android phone packed with features, but you can find similar devices in North America for less on contract and with added 3G support.
  • Pros: The HTC Wildfire features a compact and solid design. As the successor to the Tattoo, it offers an updated OS, a 5-megapixel camera, and good call quality.
  • Cons: Features a lower-resolution screen. The smartphone can be sluggish at times. Lacks support for North American 3G bands. Camera quality was rather subpar.
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HTC Wildfire user review

Gadgetmania
28 January 2011
Overall 6
6.0

HTC Wildfire (Alltel Wireless)

CNET
11 December 2010
  • Summary: For Alltel customers on a budget, the HTC Wildfire is a very affordable and decently featured Android phone, but it comes at the cost of screen quality and processor speed.
  • Pros: The HTC Wildfire features a compact and sturdy design. The Android 2.1 smartphone has a very affordable price tag and offers a 5-megapixel camera and full wireless options.
  • Cons: The Wildfire has a small, lower-resolution screen. The smartphone can be a bit sluggish.
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Overall 8
7.6
Features 8
8.0
Performance 8
8.0

HTC Wildfire Reviewed: Android on a Budget

Bright Hub
10 November 2010
  • Excerpt: The HTC Wildfire is a budget Android device which has a 5 MP camera, 528 MHz processor and 384 MB RAM. It runs on Android 2.1 and has a nice design, like a compact version of the HTC Desire.
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HTC Wildfire detailed review

Gadgetmania
20 October 2010

HTC Wildfire review – does this super-cheap Android cut too many corners?

mobilementalism.com
30 September 2010
  • Conclusion: So is the HTC Wildfire for you? If you’re looking to join the Android club on a tight budget, really like the Sense user interface (and let’s face it, who doesn’t?!), and aren’t too bothered about the camera and video recording features, then the answer has to be a resounding yes. Sure there are compromises, but that comes with the low price, and none of the compromises are so bad as to make the phone worthless.
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