'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. '
'Excellent High Quality Display.'
Super thin, feather-light - but can it rival the new dual-core brigade
Menus open slightly slower than expected, apps launch after a pause and the touch input is short of being perfect.
NOVA display for improved readability
'32 GB expandable memory support'
'low resolution display'
'The touchscreen is responsive – flicking through the menu and launching apps wasn’t sluggish at all.'
'Laggy and jerky response when swiping. '
'Low resolution screen.'
'poor video quality'
'However, the phone's limitations really show as there's a noticeable lag even when you perform simple tasks as dragging icons around on screen.'
Good optical trackpad
Qwerty keyboard and Wi-Fi connectivity
Good Battery Life
'Curves make it difficult to grasp.'
'Inexpensive. 3G Support.'
'good sound quality'
'No 3GNo third-party apps'
Single touch capacitive touchscreen
Nice touch-screen smartphone
Great build quality
Hot-swappable external SIM slot
Clear and familiar menu
Obscure menu system
Easy to use
Lousy camera, Proprietary closed operating system
'built-in WebKit 2.3-based browser'
3.2 megapixel camera
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