One of the cheapest Android phones from a known brand
Runs Jelly Bean out of the box
Affordable price, Sturdy, portable build
Great call quality
Feels much like a toy
Sits comfortably in the hand
Good balance between functionality and affordability
User interface is pretty noisy
LTE connectivity, runs on Android 4.0
High-res display for this price, Fast performance
Brightness is good but washes out severely under the sun
'helpful "Great phone'
'That’s because the HD2 looks and feels like a full-fledged mobile Internet device that you can slip in your pocket. '
'most useful Windows Mobile 6.5 feature'
'Without reservation, we consider the HTC HD2 the best WM smartphone money can buy. '
'Landscape screen can feel cramped.'
'Viewing angles are adequate, and the quality of the screen itself is fine.'
'Dedicated Facebook button.'
'A budget phone that doesn't look cheap .'
'When held in hand, the phone feels like a shorter Desire but equally as sturdy.'
'It’s a deceptively small phone if you’ve only seen photos, not least because of its strong resemblance to the HTC Desire and Google Nexus One. '
'The HTC Wildfire is without doubt a decent little phone. '
Has Muve Music downloads, a removable battery, and an SD card slot
Sturdy construction, delivers a nearly skinless Android 4.0 experience
Sleek look and feel, Good price
Qwerty keyboard and Wi-Fi connectivity
Good Battery Life
Superslim quality feel
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