Reviews and Problems with HTC Wildfire / Buzz / A3333
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some past tense version product, limited capacity
3 September 2013
Summary: I bought this, because I saw it ranked pretty high. I have used this for three months. and found it is not impressive. internet speed is low. the camera picture quality is poor. and the tel number format is, xxxxxxxxxx, very hard to read, not like the one we used to, xxx-xxx-xxxx.
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Summary: Before purchasing this phone, I was trying not to get wrapped up in this whole 'smartphone universe'. I had a LG Env touch from Verizon for 3 years. When recent opportunities opened up, I will be traveling to China within a year for school. So I had to go from CDMA to GSM.
Summary: Overall the phone works well, is small and portable and the HTC interface is one of the bests in the Android world. Nevertheless, here are a few things to consider that I didn't like so much: - I found the phone to be on the slow side.
Summary: Positive points: easy to use, good price, arrived in the programmed time. Negative points: not good to play games with movements, not good to speak using Skype, the glass of touchscreen broke on the first fall, the telephone is very fragile.
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
Summary: It's a great piece of hardware, BUT check for network types: just WCDMA and GSM. It is NO 3G network, so 4G even less. The HTC Android contacts management is damn hard to use. There is so many things you probably gonna get lost, like I did. It is no intuitive at all.
Summary: This version has middle eastern languages and limited features. ex: There is no Android Market App, wich is crucial for installing apps into the phone. I have really have to struggle a lot to use this phone the way it should.
Summary: I chose this phone because it was a cheap entry into Android OS . If you're just getting started with an Android phone, you may like this.. odds are you'll outgrow this one fast. It's barely adequate for most tasks. Be prepared to dump it within a month.
Pros: Nice size; android os; HTC Sense
Cons: HTC Sense is European based, you'll have to dump the clock/weather applet immediately - no American cities; doesn't recognize 3G in urban areas - defaults to Edge; short battery life with or without wifi enabled, even shorter with it turned on. Slow processor, minimal onboard RAM for apps.