A look at the HTC Wildfire

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This summer will see HTC release of their latest handset, the Wild Fire. This is an Android device thrown at a more favorable price in an attempt to win many new fans.

With regard to multimedia use, the Wildfire sees an impressive device. The usual camera facility is proud to 5 million pixel rating. To ensure the photographs are always sharp autofocus is a welcome addition, as the LED flash, so taking pictures in low light a lot of satisfying experience. Geo-tagging is also supported by the handset. Geo tagging is a process that adds geographical information to photos, the user, this means that the phone records information about exactly where and when each picture is taken. The Wild Fire can also record video, perfect for those spontaneous moments you can not miss the summer. The addition of a 3.5 mm headphone jack is a welcome ultimately mean any headphones can be used with the handset. You can even listen to the local or national radio with HTC to build an FM tuner in the device. MP3, WAV and AAC files are supported by the crowd Wildfire, and with the addition of a 32GB microSD card, there will always be enough space to store your music. For those looking for more basic phone functions, the 512 MB onboard memory is plenty.

The HTC Wildfire 2.1 works on Android, a platform that has taken on board by many manufacturers, but the overlay of our "Sense" HTC's user interface adds a real wow-factor of the case with brilliant design and menu systems clever touch that using the phone a real fun experience. One aspect of Sense that will immediately appeal to the younger crowd is the Friend Stream widget, that friend together information from a variety of social networking sites and puts it all together in one place. For the user this basically saves login to Facebook and Twitter to then current. Obviously these functions require large connectivity and Wildfire offers EDGE, GPRS and 3G, so no matter where you are you can always stay up to date. And even if the recording home of WiFi means that the handset will automatically connect to your router for a faster experience.

The proposed lower end price point for the HTC Wildfire, this would be the handset to the gap between feature phones and smartphones bridge, and finally a legion of mobile phone fans to please the world.

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