Excerpt: As a cheap entry phone to the smartphone market it was good but if you buy a smart phone today I would certainly recommend something else. Good size, good scree, in fact I still think the resolution on the screen is OK. When I changed the "external memory" that is a SDmicro card I started to get...
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Summary: Over all this is not a bad phone, you do have to understand its limitations though. This has a very small processor and almost no memory so running a lot of the most popular apps will be impossible. This phone would be perfect for the beginner looking to talk, text and use 2 to 5 basic apps. If you are into multi tasking and a lot of apps stay clear. You will need double the memory and processor speed for that.
Love the HTC phones this one was very little screen.
4 September 2011
Summary: The phone I received was not working properly so to rate this phone off the one I had would not be fair. I have owned a HTC before and loved it. If you took the Desire and combined it with the blackberry battery you would have the perfect phone.
Excerpt: As an entry level Android device, the Wildfire does it's job well. It does the basics very well and the camera it has is actually pretty good, especially when coupled with an app like Vignette or Retro Camera. The screen resolution is what lets it down the most meaning you really notice the...
Excerpt: It's an ok cheap smartphone. Very slow if you have Android 2.2.1 (froyo) installed. Trackpad is there just for the sake of it unless you have to edit text very often. Screen resolution is very poor. The 5 mp camera is the worst camera i've had on a phone for a long time.
Pros: It's cheap, Fits nicely in pocket
Cons: Not very good camera, Slow, 3.5 mm jack not very good... you can't fiddle with the jack or it will disconnect itself, Slow browsing, no integrated flash, poor Wifi signal
Pros: Android takes a bit of getting used to after Nokia. But wow once you are over that hurdle it's fantastic. Very well made phone. Crystal clear call quality, loud ring tones, superior antenna.
Cons: Umm some nasty ones. On the phones we have in Aus there is a ring delay problem. If you call the phone it rings about 2 or 3 times from the calling phone before the Wildfire actually rings. Nasty when combined with the bizarre slider bar to answer.