HTC Wildfire – Budget Phone Competes with Mid-Range Models

The Taiwan based global producer of smartphones, HTC Corporation has introduced HTC Wildfireâ„¢, an Androidâ„¢ 2.1 powered HTC Sense featured Smartphone..

London, England, UK – June 4, 2010 (PressReleasePivot) — Android smartphones launches seem to be happening almost every day, with any one of the popular global mobile giants launching one or the other. It is Taiwan based HTC’s attempt to beat competition in the entry level segment with the recently launched HTC Wildfire, which has been earning some rave reviews.

It is HTC’s attempt to satisfy consumers on tight budgets who also want an Android based phone. Following the HTC Tattoo, HTC’s Wildfire is a much improved version that resembles the HTC Desire while it cost a little more than the Tattoo though it has been labeled the best HTC handset so far, in terms of best value for money.

In spite of that the HTC Wildfire ( ) doesn’t imply that the device is any where mediocre. Running on Android 2.1 with the latest HTC Sense UI on top it comes with some amazing features that is sure going to appeal to the youth who are into social networking. The new app sharing widget on HTC Wildfire enables users to recommend an application by email, text message or even over social networks. Your friends can receive links allowing them to download it to their phone with just a single click.

Florian Seiche continued, “We understand that people need a better way to navigate their way through the tens of thousands of applications. In fact, our own independent research found that consumers are not only hungry for the latest and most popular applications that their friends are using, they want an easier way to find and download them. For the first time ever, you can recommend the newest and coolest apps to a friend or group of friends with HTC Wildfire. With so many applications to choose from, there’s a world of content to discover and pass along to your friends.”

HTC Wildfire’s 3.2-inch capacitive touch screen is great for viewing and sharing photos on Flickr and for surfing the internet, unlike the resistive touch screen on the HTC Tattoo and is the same size as what’s found on the midrange HTC Hero and Legend devices. A 5-megapixel camera with auto focus and LED flash allows you to capture even low light images, while a 3.5mm audio jack and micro SD card slot expandable up to 32 GB means you never miss your music. It also lets you use the camera LED flash as a flashlight.

One significant upgrade in the Wildfire over the Tattoo is its Android 2.1 (Eclair) operating system over the Android 1.6 (Donut) in addition to features like native Microsoft Exchange support and a more user-friendly contacts list that puts you on top of all recent updates through the social networks.

Internet browsing on Wildfire enables 3G browsing experience with HSDPA 7.2 mbps. It is also supported very well by Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g and class 10 GPRS and EDGE. The other prominent features of HTC Wildfire include Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP, microUSB v2.0.

In the UK, the best HTC wildfire deals ( ) are on Vodafone and O2. Monthly plans start for as low as £15 for 24 months @ 100 min/month and unlimited texting options on O2. One good HTC mobile phone deals from Vodafone promises a cash back of £180 over a period of 24 months@ £25/month, coming with 300 min talk time and unlimited texting. For a complete view of the monthly plans and mobile phone deals, please visit

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