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HTC Wildfire at price of 16K coming to India very soon !!
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The HTC Wildfire was already making big time news in the European markets and now it is coming ot the Indian markets as well. The phone is powered with the Android version 2.1 and contains a host of amazing features. The phone is said to be a lighter version of the HTC Desire and borrows some of its design elements from the Google Nexus One. Also, similar to HTC HD mini Windows mobile handset, the Wildfire is a low cost alternative for the original handset.

HTC Wildfire incorporates 3.2-inch capacitive touch screen display with Multi-touch input method, Accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate & HTC Sense UI. The phone flashes excellent body size of 106.8 x 60.4 x 12 mm. The camera quality of the phone is superb and features a 5 MP camera with Auto focus , tap to focus and LED flash. The phone features a 512MB ROM and 384MB RAM. The phone comes with a MicroSD card slot that is expandable up to 32 GB and serves as the secondary memory for the phone. The HTC Wildfire has integrated Google search, Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Gtalk, Picasa applications and Facebook, Flickr, Twitter applications to communicate with friends and real world.

HTC wildfire supports 3G and GSM networks in Europe and Asian countries. Other features of HTC Wildfire include 3. 5mm headphone jack, Micro USB port, Bluetooth with A2DP, WLAN, A-GPS, up-to 32GB support via card slot, multi-touch enabled web-photo browser, music player, FM radio, etc.

Don’t expect this Android phone to any serious 3D gaming but at least you get a speedy handset for normal day to day use. This is not suited for portable gaming but rather as a mobile internet device that will keep you connected to the web 24/7. Well to be very honest the phone is not the best available in the market and the 320 x 240 resolution is nothing short of disappointing however the price tag that comes along with the phone helps to cover up for the poor resolution and just about puts Wildfire in the budget smartphone division with 15000 on the board.

Launching the smartphone now seems to be a good move by the company as the success of the earlier HTC phones has settled pretty well in the country and the young successors of the country must be looking for something similar to what their elders have got. Just as the older crowd gets used to their nice, fancy new HTC handsets, their kids will be finishing the year at school, and eagerly waiting for their graduation presents. Seems excellent marketing strategy doesn’t it?

But the question still remains of acceptance how does the Indian consumer accept another smartphone from HTC whether the consumer likes he looks and form factor of the phone and most importantly can he connect it to the work that he does. Whatever be the case the company seems to be well prepared as they have even planned the release of the phone in Australia with the Telstra service provider and definitely has a backup option.

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