HTC Wildfire

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Market Status: Available in India

Release Date: 2010-07-27

Updated on:Apr 25, 2014

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Key Features

  • Android v2.1 (Eclair)
  • 3.2 Inch, 240x320 px display, TFT
  • 528 MHz processor
  • 5 MP Primary Camera
  • 3G, WiFi
  • 512 MB Internal Memory, Expandable up to 32 GB
  • 384 MB RAM
  • 1300 mAh, Li-Ion battery

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HTC Wildfire Specifications

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General Information

Brand HTC
Model Wildfire
SIM Slot(s) Single SIM, GSM
SIM Size Mini
Touch Screen
Yes, Capacitive Touchscreen, Multi-touch
Weight
118 grams
Dimensions
106.8 x 60.4 x 12 mm
Colours
Black, Brown, Red, Silver, White
Box Contents Handset, Charger, Battery, Earphone, Warranty Card, User Guide, USB Cable

Platform

Operating System Android v2.1 (Eclair)
Special Features Voice Memo, Voice dialing
Sensors Accelerometer, Compass, Proximity sensor

Hardware

Processor
528 MHz, Qualcomm MSM7225
RAM
384 MB

Storage

Internal Memory
512 MB
Expandable Memory
Yes, Up to 32 GB

Display

Screen Size
3.2 Inch
Screen Resolution
240 x 320 pixels
Pixel Density
125 ppi
Display Type
TFT
Screen Protection
Corning Gorilla Glass

Camera

Main Camera
Yes, 5 MP, Auto focus
Flash
LED
Zoom
Yes, Digital Zoom
Camera Features Geo tagging

Battery

Capacity
1300 mAH, Li-ion
Talk Time
Up to 7.33 Hours(2G) / Up to 8.16 Hours(3G)
Stand By Time
Up to 480 Hours(2G) /Up to 690 Hours(3G)

Internet & Connectivity

GPRS
Yes, Class 10, 32 - 48 kbps kbps
EDGE
Yes, Class 10, 236.8 kbps
3G
Yes, HSDPA, 7.2 Mbit/s; Rev.A
Wi-Fi
Yes, Wi-Fi 802.11, b/g, Mobile Hotspot
Bluetooth
Yes, v2.1, A2DP
GPS
Yes, with A-GPS
USB Connectivity
Yes, USB Port, microUSB 2.0

Multimedia

Radio
Yes, RDS, Stereo FM
Loudspeaker Yes
Audio Jack 3.5 mm, USB

2 User Reviews for HTC Wildfire

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Recent User Reviews
  • 6 Months Of Wildfire Usage
    Rajanikant Mohan
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    13 Oct 2011

    Best Features: OS upgrade, touch screen performance

    Pros: OS updates, good touch interface, Price

    Cons: Startup time, display resolution

    Overall: The best thing about this phone is that HTC upgrades you to Android 2.2 unlike the Samsung Galaxy The display resolution is not comparable to the AMOLED from samsung of the iphone - but the the phone is prices accordingly. Start-up of the phone is very slow - once it is on, the performance is very good. I found the touch screen performance better than the Galaxy. When you need to use the soft keypad, while on call (for IVR interaction) Wildfire performs very well.

  • Wait For The Wildfire S
    suryateja
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    06 Mar 2011

    Pros: responce

    Cons: resolution

    Overall: wait for Wildfire s

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58 Expert Reviews for HTC Wildfire

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Recent Expert Reviews
  • HTC Wildfire
    Joseph Hanlon
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    30 Apr 2010 | zdnet

    HTC will use a budget-conscious handset design to bring Android to the masses, letting the smartphone goodness spread like wildfire....

  • HTC Wildfire
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    | engadget

    The chin below forms part of the back cover, but this is where we spotted the Wildfire's first physical flaw: we saw an uneven cut between the body frame and the chin. This does no justice to HTC's impressive build quality on most of its other devices, but as an entry-level device, we'll need to go easy with this level of detail. Swinging around to the left side you'll see the shiny volume rocker -- which feels well-built -- and micro-USB port, a...

    Pros: Stylish; Great battery life; Affordable;

    Cons: Weak video playback; Poor camcorder; Low-res screen;

  • HTC Wildfire review: Desire Mini
    GSMArena team
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    20 Jul 2010 | 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 mini, then HTC have all the right in the world to make a Desire mini too. HTC Wildfire official photos But while the Desire was something that easily snatched everybody’s attention, the Wildfire is a...

    Verdict: You can`t help we guess, but love the sound of it. Wildfire is a strong and beautiful name. The thing is it raises no less expectation than names like Legend or Hero. But we`re talking entirely different leagues here. So a simple Desire mini would`ve...


  • HTC Wildfire
    Joseph Hanlon
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    19 Aug 2010 | cnet

    HTC is on a roll, with the excellent HTC Desire and HTC Legend handsets selling well in Australia and throughout Asia and Europe, while the Droid Incredible and HTC Evo 4G selling like hotcakes in the US. Next up for the Taiwanese smartphone maker down under is the HTC Wildfire, a smaller, less powerful version of the Desire. Do good things come in small packages? Or more importantly, how much smartphone do you get for AU$350? Click through for t...

    Pros: Solid, ergonomic construction,Excellent suite of features,Mostly good performance,2GB memory included,

  • HTC Wildfire Review
    Chris Davies
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    26 Jun 2010 | slashgear

    The HTC Wildfire is the company’s second attempt at a budget Android device, its predecessor being the underspecified and relatively unloved Tattoo. Packing the same Sense UI as more expensive siblings like the Legend and Desire, together with a 5-megapixel camera and a multitouch-capable display, does the Wildfire manage to be both affordable and feature-rich? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut. It’s hard to argue with...

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