The very recently unveiled HTC Wildfire now has a release date for those of you over in the UK who want to get your hands on this entry level Android phone. T-Mobile UK just announced, via Twitter, that they will offer the HTC Wildfire starting June 14th, 2010.
Even though this particular phone is considered an entry level device, it does comes sporting Android 2.1 with an updated Sense UI, which should make a lot of people happy.
Here is a screenshot of the announcement made by T-Mobile UK via twitter…
If you have not already read up on the specs for this entry level phone, here is a quick rundown of the most important ones:
- CPU – Qualcomm 528MHz
- 512MB Flash ROM
- 384MB RAM
- 3.2-inch QVGA Touch screen
- 5 megapixel camera with LED Flash
- Android 2.1 with Sense UI
- 4 available colors
The above specs further illustrate how entry level this phone is - while not the worst specs we've seen on an Android phone, they are certainly far from mind blowing. Read More
Oh how much I love HTC's website. It is clean, simple, and very well laid out - other mobile companies should learn from them. HTC is not a small company by far but manage to present all the information we need in a way that no other manufacturer site I've seen (<3 HTC).
Remember the HTC Wildfire revelation to the public yesterday? To keep the momentum going, this morning HTC launched their official HTC Wildfire site, full of specs, photos, and highlights. If you are interested in this phone at all, or if you want to see how different it is from your current device (which it is), you should definitely check it out. Read More
After the good gentlemen over at Smartphone Arena broke embargo this morning, HTC went ahead and made things official with their latest Android handset, the HTC Wildfire.
Looking like the bastard child of an HTC Legend and Google Nexus One, it seems the Wildfire is intended to further flesh out HTC’s lineup of Android handsets. The handset is set to hit Europe and Asia in Q3 2010, which is a shame, because this is definitely the kind of handset that T-Mobile US could use. At this point, their current line up is beginning to show its age and their latest announcements, like the MyTouch Slide and Garminfone, aren’t exactly drool-worthy. Read More