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The HTC Wildfire comes with full Flash support for online video, pinch-to-zoom page resizing, and auto rotation from portrait to landscape. It also comes with useful reference tools like one-touch dict...

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Super

Price. Build-quality, features, versatility

Lots to learn. Iiffy battery life.

From Poor Man’s Blackberry to Poor Man’s iPhone It’s been another difficult decision week. What shall I give priority to on my ‘plastic’ this month? Buy a new front tyre for the SEAT or get a new mobile phone? Hmmm, tricky one, especially since my wife has been flaunting her sparkly new phone...

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“Wildfire over iPhone 4”

published 16/07/2010

Great value, Easy to use, Very customizable

A couple of minor texting faults - very minute!

Firstly I apologize as this is my first review for several months and so it may not be the best read, but I felt this phone was such a great discovery it deserved a good review. "WHAT IS THE WILDFIRE?" The HTC Wildfire is one of the latest models from the HTC company and rivals the iPhone4 in the...

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Good performer, Android Marketplace access, Easy t...

Lags with some Apps

I needed a new phone to use as a second phone alongside my iPhone but didn't want to spend too much. I kept hearing rave reviews about Android so thought I'd try it out, as it would give me more functionality than a normal mobile. I chose the Wildfire, an entry level Android phone from HTC...

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Super

stylish, intuitive, cheap for a smart phone

provided memory card is low capacity

For those of you aware that I was moving to contract (as opposed to pay as you go) - this is the phone I went for. The deal I got was from t-mobile (who I had been with on pay as you go) - I got the phone free and for £20 a month I get 600 minutes, 500 texts, unlimited internet and 60 minutes to...

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Super

Large screen, lots of apps, slim profile.

Out of date running system, grainy screen.

The HTC Wildfire is quite an old phone now but as is the way of being a parent I pay for the latest contracts and then have my childs old phone if it has survived two years of teenage abuse. When the Wildfire was brand new I insisted that my daughter use screen protectors and a gel case which has...

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Not for me

Good look and feel

Shocking software

Look & Feel: This phone looks very nice from the out side it's sleek and stylish it has a good proportion and comes in a good mix of colours. On the back it has a smooth chrome stripe running the width. The feeling is awesome it has a nice smooth texture and very ergonomic as it is slightly...

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“Wild about the Wildfire S?”

published 06/07/2011

Decent design, relatively intuitive, runs Gingerbr...

Camera is a bit of a let down, slightly underpower...

How I came to end up with the HTC Wildfire S is interesting as it wasn't actually my choice. About 6 weeks ago my previous "smartphone", the Samsung Galaxy Portal (aka Samsung Spica) decided to turn itself into a high-tech paperweight. Being relatively technically minded, and having a laptop to...

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Excellent

Functionality, Easy to use, Looks brilliant, The A...

Poor Battery (though better than some rivals)

With Christmas looming just over the horizon the search for the ideal christmas present once again starts. With many teens wanting a trendy and cool phone a mobile could well be the perfect device. Though with the iPhones costing an arm and a leg and being mostly unaffordable the search needs to...

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Excellent

Great value for money. Good, stylish look. Easy to...

Android App Market not as wide as one might hope. ...

I wanted to get myself a new phone that would be able to go on the internet with ease, and this phone does exactly that. Primarily it is extremely good value for money, prices range from £200+ which is extremely good for a smartphone. Considering the specification of the phone, I personall feel...

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Super

Value for Money,Plenty of Features

Slower CPU and Lower screen resolution

Introduction- The Wildfire is HTC's budget offering in their range of smartphones,classed by many as the smaller brother of the ever popular and performance rich HTC Desire.The Wildfire is a feature packed product that offers an option for those of us who can't or don't want to spend a small...

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Good

“Meh.”

published 17/08/2013

Battery life, sturdy, convenient way of checking m...

Camera is bad quality, apps freeze, keyboard is ba...

I got this phone 2-3 years ago (around when it first came out) and have since had an upgrade to the HTC Desire C which I am very unimpressed with to say the least! But anyway back to this phone It is a smartphone developed by the HTC corporation, released in June 2010. It's specs are: 528 MHz...

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Super

Small, Easy To Use, Sensual

No Denim, Battery Life, Google is watching you

After years of deriding phones that do more than make phone calls I plunged headfirst into the HTC Wildfire about 2 years ago and it has become an indispensable friend over these two years, so much so that I don't want to have another brand of smartphone, and that is saying something for me a man...

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Excellent

wifi, gps, wifi hotspot, google android

battery life, slow start up, some features are lac...

I have recently bought a HTC Wildfire on pay as you go with the 3 network. My particular handset was purchased from Argos for £179.99. I had to buy a £10.00 top up at the time of purchase taking the total to £189.99. Unboxing The Handset... When I first seen the box that the handset came in, I...

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Super

well priced, simple touch screen, quality finished...

some people's touchscreens mess up, not the fastes...

HTC have made some pretty good phones in the past few years and the wildfire is one of their more wallet friendly models. I got mine on a contract with Virgin Media and it's only about £8 a month although I don't get loads of texts or minutes but I'm sure there are other deals for people who need...

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Excellent

“A truly amazing phone”

published 12/04/2011

Range of games, Range of apps, Easy to use, Beauti...

The battery life is the only thing that lets the p...

I was recommended this phone by a friend just before christmas. I researched it for quite a few days to find out the best deals: It turns out cheaper to go on a contract, but if you wanted, it would be just as easy to go onto pay as you go. I haven't had many problems with this phone at all: but...

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