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PUBLISHED ON May 2010

HTC Wildfire

Discontinued
ALSO KNOWN AS
This phone is not compatible with any US GSM operator.

    Construction
    Dimension106.8x60.4x12mm (4.2x2.38x0.47")
    Weight118gr (4.16oz)
    Form FactorCandy Bar
    Material
    Colors
    Usability
    Display Resolution240x320px
    Display Size49x66mm (1.93x2.6") ~125PPI
    Display Diagonal3.2"
    Display Type16M TFT
    Secondary Display Resolution
    InputOptical Joystick
    Touch Sensitive Keys / Bar
    Capacitive Touchscreen
    Talk Time7 hours, 20 minutes - 2G
    8 hours, 10 minutes - 3G
    Standby Time20 days - 2G
    28 days, 18 hours - 3G
    OSAndroid OS, v2.1 upgradable to v2.2
    JavaAvailable
    VibrationAvailable
    RingtonePolyphonic
    Hardware
    ChipsetQualcomm MSM7225 Snapdragon S1
    Processor528MHz ARM11
    GPU
    Ram384MB
    Internal Memory512MB
    External MemorymicroSD
    Camera Resolution5 Megapixel
    Camera FlashLED
    Camera Lens
    Optical Zoom
    Front Camera
    Front Camera Flash
    Other FunctionalitiesDigital Compass
    Accelerometer
    Gesture Control
    Proximity Sensor
    SpeakerMono
    Battery Capacity1300mAh
    Battery Type
    Connectivity
    WIMAX
    WiFiWi-Fi 802.11 b/g
    UPnP
    NFC
    USBv2.0
    Bluetoothv2.1
    Positioning SystemIntegrated GPS
    TV Receiver
    TV Out
    Audio Output3.5mm Jack
    RadioFM
    RDS
    Ethernet
    Infrared
    Cellular Network
    Network CompatibilityGSM 1800, 1900, 850, 900
    UMTS 900, 2100
    HSPA 900, 2100
    SIM CardsMini
    PTT
    HSCSDHSCSD
    GPRSClass 10
    EDGEClass 10
    AMPS
    CDMA2000 1xEV-DO
    US Operators
    AT&T
    GSM 1900 / GSM 850
    T-Mobile US
    GSM 1900
    Verizon
    Sprint Nextel
    VARIOUS
    Price Range

    World Compatibility

    worldwide compatibility
    N/A
    2G
    3G
    3.5G
    4G

    REVIEWS

    80 out of 100
    TechRadar
    The low-cost version of the HTC Desire arrives read more
    76 out of 100
    CNET Asia
    The HTC Wildfire looks and feels like a cut-down HTC Desire, but that's no bad thing. Its low-resolution screen doesn't show the powerful Android operating system at its best, but we can forgive its blurriness when the phone offers so many software and hardware features at such a low price. read more
    75 out of 100
    Good Gear Guide
    The HTC Wildfire boasts impressive build quality and the full suite of Android features, but it has a low-resolution display and sluggish performance. When you consider its price though, these minor issues are much easier to live with and are a small compromise to pay for a handset that offers outstanding value for money. read more
    75 out of 100
    Phone Arena
    HTC is on sabbatical from its high-end line with the Wildfire. There is nothing really wild or fiery in the specs of this mid-end Android handset. Compared to most of the company's Android ... read more
    70 out of 100
    CNET
    Designed for international markets, the HTC Wildfire is a compact, budget-friendly Android phone packed with features, but you can find similar devices in North America for less on contract and with added 3G support. read more
    N/A out of 100
    mobile-review
    N/A out of 100
    GSMArena
    Occasionally HTC takes a little break from high-end smartphones and dips its toes in the waters of the lower midrange. The HTC Wildfire is a down-sized, down-clocked and down-priced version of the HTC Desire. If Sony Ericsson can do it with the X10... read more

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