HTC recently announced its mid-range smartphone, HTC Wildfire in the US. This handset is powered by the Android 2.1 Operating System. HTC Wildfire will be available through multiple regional North American carriers from Q4 2010. This handset allows you to access over 80,000 apps from the Android Market and helps you to stay connected with your friends on the go.
“The HTC Sense experience has changed the way millions of people interface with their smartphone for the better, making it more fun, productive and personal than ever before. With the HTC Wildfire smartphone, we are bringing the people-focused HTC Sense experience to customers looking for a compact, easy-to-learn smartphone that is still powerful enough to meet the needs of even advanced smartphone users,” said Jason Mackenzie, president, HTC Americas.
HTC Wildfire features a 3.2 inch touchscreen display with 240 x 320 pixels resolution, Android 2.1 OS, HTC Sense, 528 MHz processor, 5 megapixel camera with auto focus and flash, Wi-Fi, 3G Connectivity, Geotagging, 512 MB ROM, 384 MB RAM, 3.5 mm stereo audio jack, microUSB 2.0, Bluetooth 2.1, Digital compass, Proximity and light sensor, Friend Stream, HTC Peep and 1300 mAh battery.
This price of this handset is not announced yet, but the price is expected to be around $360 for an unlocked version. HTC Wildfire will be available on multiple carriers in the US from Q4 2010.