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HTC Wildfire0
By - Posted 4th July, 2015 at 9:07 pm

Hi ppl im goin 2 do dis hole article in txt spk bcos it is abt a new smrtfone!

 

Only joking!Image of HTC Wildfire

 

A couple of months ago, I managed to get my hands on a HTC Wildfire which is simply the best phone I’ve had in years. I’ve seen a few people on HabboxForum asking the phone, so I figured I’d post a quick review here.

 

To start, it’s known as one of the best, budget smartphones on the market at present, posing as the younger brother to the more up-market HTC Desire (HD). However, this phone really shouldn’t be undermined. It has one of the best screens out there in terms of quality and size and comes with Android 2.1 which can be instantly updated to 2.2. May I add that it’s also well worth the update!

 

Click Read More to see the rest of this review!

 

 

 

The HTC Wildfire has all you could need on a phone: Maps, Navigation, Email, SMS and of course the ability to choose fromthousands of applications in the Market. I found the navigation to be particularly useful actually, while driving down to Birmingham the other week; the GPS picks up your exact location on the road and tells you where the traffic starts and stops.Little things!

 

Back to the phone itself – it’s terribly easy to use which can be charged through USB or mains and the camera is pretty good too. Not the best obviously; but naturally if you wanted to be David Bailey then you’d buy a camera!

 

Phones4U had an offer on the other week selling it for £129 on the O2 network. A quick piece of advice: do some research into whether the phone comes unlocked or not. Luckily we asked the salesman and, being the nice chap he was, he told us it did come unlocked but he wasn’t supposed to say!

 

Happy texting!

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