HTC Wildfire

HTC Wildfire S for T-Mobile Review

HTC Wildfire S for T-Mobile Review

Say Hello to the smallest offering I've seen in a while from HTC, this little device is small enough that anyone can carry it no matter how small the hands are. It would feel comfortable for your 10 year old, and would make a great starter phone too. The Wildfire S comes in a few different colors, its an amazingly great device for a mid-range offering and it's only like $79 or so over on T-Mobile -- interested yet?

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HTC Wildfire S Hands-on and Unboxing

HTC Wildfire S Hands-on and Unboxing

Who is ready for a neat little Android phone on T-Mobile? That is exactly what I have so if you're interested you should stay tuned. Today I have the HTC Wildfire S that is available starting today on T-Mobile. This is a low to mid-range Android offering from HTC that is actually a pretty great little phone and I've unboxed it and have some pictures and video for you to enjoy.

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HTC Wildfire S Official on T-Mobile

HTC Wildfire S Official on T-Mobile

T-Mobile has today announced officially their plans for carrying the tiny yet powerful HTC Wildfire S, a mid-ranged device with aspirations for taking out the entire lower-tier of Android smartphone competitors. This palm-sized device will be available on August 3rd, 2011, and will run customers $79.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate. This device will be running Android 2.3.x Gingerbread and will have a fabulous new version of HTC Sense for your Android enjoyment.

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HTC Wildfire gets Sync 3.0 update for PC multimedia management

HTC Wildfire gets Sync 3.0 update for PC multimedia management

Multimedia management for Android devices has always been underwhelming when compared to the sort of integration Apple offer with iTunes and the iPhone 4, with many users turning to DoubleTwist to fill the gap.  Now HTC have stepped in; the new version of HTC Sync (v3.0) adds media synchronization with "popular media players" on the PC, sucking over music, playlists, images and other content and squirting it into - at first - your HTC Wildfire.

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Froyo coming Q3 to Desire, Legend and Wildfire confirms HTC

Froyo coming Q3 to Desire, Legend and Wildfire confirms HTC

Updates for the HTC Desire, Legend and Wildfire aren't far off, as HTC has confirmed that they're planning an Android 2.2 Froyo roll-out - complete with HTC Sense, of course - sometime from Q3 2010.  According to the company's UK team, the three handsets are among "several of our 2010 models" that will get the updated version of the Android OS, which their engineers are currently hard at work on.

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HTC Wildfire Review

HTC Wildfire Review

The HTC Wildfire is the company's second attempt at a budget Android device, its predecessor being the underspecified and relatively unloved Tattoo. Packing the same Sense UI as more expensive siblings like the Legend and Desire, together with a 5-megapixel camera and a multitouch-capable display, does the Wildfire manage to be both affordable and feature-rich? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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HTC Wildfire gets video unboxing

HTC Wildfire gets video unboxing

The Samsung Galaxy S isn't the only Android 2.1 smartphone to arrive here today; we've just taken delivery of the HTC Wildfire, the company's new entry-level smartphone and quite the mini-Desire and promptly shot an unboxing video and shared some hands-on first impressions over at Android Community.  Packing a compact 3.2-inch QVGA capacitive touchscreen, 3G/UMTS, HTC Sense and a 5-megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash, the Wildfire walks the tightrope between budget and functionality, and it seems to do a whole lot better than the Tattoo it replaces.

Video unboxing after the cut

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