The overall rating of a review is different from a simple average of all individual ratings.
Share this review on
On every touch of your wildfire there's a gap in time between your command and the response. It gives you the sense of not being in charge and leaves you with the feeling that your wildfire is living it's own life. It's like you're holding your wildfire in your hand not for your service but for the wildfires own purpose. you can compare it to having a car where you push down the gas and have to wait a while before it even starts to accelerate. Or when you push the brakes it takes 5 seconds before the car even reacts so you are never sure if your car got the message of stopping or if you have to brake again.
The curve on the bottom - when you lie down with your wildfire to text or use it in general you can't get a grip on the phone and end up dropping it on your face.
Can't sync with mac: iTunes doesn't work and neither does the so-called mac-htc saviour doubbletwist. You can manually transfer tunes dragging them but if you want to remove an album or two from your wildfire you have to remove all the data from your wildfire and totally restore the phone otherwise the music you have removed will be gone from the phone but still take up space.
Display lookes oldfashoned beacuse of low resolution. The screen can only - because of the low resolution toghether with the small screen size - display a small amount of information.