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0 mixed
6 negative
Release date September, 2010
Brand HTC
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The HTC Wildfire is an Android smartphone released throughout Europe and Asia in the third quarter of 2010. Cited as an upgrade from the HTC Hero, the Wildfire hosts the same 528 MHz CPU, 5MP camera and 3.2” capacitive touchscreen display, but features an improved version of the HTC Sense UI with greater social-networking integration. You can now invite friends via a social network to download an app. Plus when you make a call, your friend’s facebook data (pic, status update, birthday) will automatically pop up. In addition, the Wildfire’s Sense UI lacks the 3D effects found on the Desire, which means improved CPU responsiveness and overall performance. Added to that, the new Friend Stream functionality allows you to view all your friend data from Facebook, Twitter, and Flickr right on the same screen.

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runs the open source Android smartphone operating system

WiFi, Bluetooth and 3G connectivity

HTC's latest version of Sense UI

FM radio tuner

5MP camera with LED flash, autofocus and geotagging support

designed to be a low-cost Android device for the more price sensitive Asian and European markets

full Flash support

standard micro-USB port

microSD card slot for external storage expansion

3.2" multitouch display (QVGA resolution)

smaller and easier to manage than the oversized phones popular today

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limited internal storage: 512MB for both OS and installed applications

poor video playback performance

essentially the Hero or Eris - simply dilutes HTC's lineup further, nothing but a new name and slightly updated software package

old internal components - the same as the aging Hero

internal microSD card slot. have to disassemble phone to use it.

poor camera quality

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