Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Cheapest HTC Android Phone – HTC wildFire


The HTC Wildfire is a full touch Android v2.2 Froyo mid-range smartphone. Despite the modest price tag, the HTC Wildfire comes loaded with a the highly intuitive HTC Sense UI, Wi-Fi, A-GPS & 3G connectivity. The Wildfire is powered by a 528 MHz ARM11 processor and handles most of the apps with zero-lag.
The Wildfire sports a 5-megapixel camera with LED flash allows you to capture low noise photos & videos even in low light.

The HTC Wildfire sports a 3.2-inch (240 x 320 pixels) capacitive touchscreen and features an optical trackpad for streamlined navigation. HTC smartphones follow a standard build quality protocol and despite being a budget Android phone, the Wildfire sports an almost similar chassis as its more expensive sibling. The 3G smartphone retains similar combination of soft-touch plastics, glass capacitive touchscreen, touch sensitive buttons, optical trackpad and the slick metal highlights.

Storage and Battery
The HTC Wildfire supports microSD cards up to 32 GB and is powered by a Li-Ion 1300 mAh battery.

Connectivity and Features
The HTC Wildfire offers full Flash Lite and multi-touch support and comes preloaded with Friends Stream, which integrates your friend's Facebook updates, Flickr photos and Tweets into a single platform. This 3G smartphone also lets you share the link to your favourite app via text, mail or on Twitter/Facebook.

This Android smartphone also supports handy reference tools like Wiki lookup, one-touch dictionary and translation. The HTC Wildfire is a 3G handset and can support data transfer speeds up to 7.2 Mbps. This 3G smartphone features a unique social phonebook which can merge your phonebook and social networking buddies, besides being able to sync photos from Flickr and Facebook.

The HTC Wildfire supports Wi-Fi and quad-band GSM connectivity and has a built-in GPS receiver and digital compass that supports turn-by-turn navigation. This HTC smartphone has a fuss-free music player that supports multiple formats ( MP3, WAV) and a video player that plays MP4, H.263, H.264 & WMV9 files.

The HTC Wildfire features the acclaimed HTC Sense UI which offers tons of customisation and one-touch access options. The seven homescreens on the phone may be a little confusing, thankfully, HTC has included the Leap View feature on the Wildfire, which gives you a quick overview of your homescreens and a shortcut to easily

HTC WildFire in Action

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