A Guide To The HTC Wildfire

HTC has designed an armada of Android phones to attempt a wide-ranging attack on the smartphone market. The quality of these phones seems to be very good on balance. The HTC Wildfire is one of these Android phones and is marketed as playful and full of youth.

The Wildfire is clearly aimed at the non-techie crowd and the self proclaimed smartphone nerds may scoff at some of the features (or lack of features) on this device. That being said, the Wildfire has much to brag about in terms of functionality, and as far as aesthetics, it is a handsome unit available in 4 colors.

The Wildfire is saddled with a 3.2 inch capacitive touch screen that has multi-touch functionality and accelerometer support. The built-in autofocus camera is 5 mega-pixel equipped with an LED flash. In order to navigate around the Wildfire with ease it has an optical track-pad. Speaking of navigation, it also has a digital compass. A great feature is the light sensor that adjusts the display intensity according to the amount of ambient light in a room.

Connecting a Wildfire to the world occurs via 3G, Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. The unit is also equipped with GPS and a micro-USB port for connecting directly to a PC or laptop. The Android 2.1 operating system is installed and enhanced by HTCs own Sense UI. HTC Sense UI was released in early 2010 and proclaims to make their phone easier and more natural to use.

One of the most talked about features of the Wildfire is the Friend Stream application, which is a social networking aggregator that combines all of your social networking content into one-stop shopping. Now your messages can all be sent and received at the same time, in the same place using your smartphone.

If you have any favorite Android applications, you can easily send recommendations for these apps to your friends and family directly from the HTC Wildfire. In addition, the Wildfire can serve as your one-stop information hub. It can keep you updated on news and blog postings from across the Internet.

The Wildfire utilizes 512 MB ROM, a 528 MHz processor and 384 MB RAM. For fun, this device has an FM radio and a virtual flashlight for finding your keys at night. Want to translate some French? You can do that with just one touch. Want to search the web? The Wildfire does that too. If you run out of memory, just remember that you can expand storage on the Wildfire up to 32 GB.

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