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HTC Wildfire Android Mobile
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.
Summary: The HTC Wildfire looks and feels like a cut-down HTC Desire, but that's no bad thing. Its low-resolution screen doesn't show the powerful Android operating system at its best, but we can forgive its blurriness when the phone offers so many software and hardware features at such a low price
Cons: Low-resolution screen makes Web sites hard to read and hinders the user interface in places; occasionally slow to respond to taps.
HTC Wildfire review – does this super-cheap Android cut too many corners?
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.
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.
Conclusion: The HTC Wildfire is a good handset, but it's lacking when it comes to stand-out features. We really love the design and the compact footprint, and it's worth a look if you're on a tight budget. If you can afford to spend a little more, however, HTC has lots of other handsets with higher resolution displays and more powerful processors.
Pros: The HTC Wildfire sits at the affordable end of HTC's touchscreen smartphone empire, yet it still has a lot to offer. The 3.2-inch display makes it one of the smaller touchscreen handsets on the market, and it slips easily into pockets. Build quality is excellent, and the Wildfire has more in common with high-end HTC handsets than budget devices. The design is smart, the optical trackpad also looks good, and this handset is more than tough enough for daily use. The Wil...
Cons: Although the HTC Wildfire is more than capable when it comes to specs, it suffers slightly during everyday use. There's more lag than you'll find on more expensive handsets, and the small screen also means a small onscreen keyboard. The biggest compromise is the display, however, which is let down by the low 320 x 240-pixel resolution.
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.