For all of you getting excited over the HTC Wildfire Android device, you can no pre-order it for a release in June. Some expecting it as late as June 30th however. The pre-order cost is £229.95, £195.70 ex. 17.5% VAT or about $330.00 USD for the folks on this side of the pond. If you are wondering, you can get the HTC Wildfire unlocked from MobileFun.com.uk. Here is more on the Wildfire to wet your appetite:

HTC Wildfire Features:

  • 5 MP, 2592 x 1944 pixels, autofocus, LED flash
  • TFT capacitive touchscreen, 16M colours
  • Display Size: 240 x 320 pixels, 3.2 inches
  • Music Format:MP3/AAC/AAC+/WMA/OGG/AMR player
  • Customization Download
  • H.264/H.263/MPEG4 player
  • Ringtones Type Polyphonic, MP3
  • 3G HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps
  • GPRS: Class 12 (4+1/3+2/2+3/1+4 slots), 32 – 48 kbps
  • EDGE: Class 10
  • Browser: WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML
  • Bluetooth: v2.1 with A2DP
  • Micro USB
  • 3.5 mm Jack
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g
  • Android OS, v2.1
  • Messaging SMS, EMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging
  • Practically unlimited entries and fields, Photocall
  • Call records 30 dialed, 30 received, 30 missed calls
  • Card slot microSD (TransFlash) up to 32GB
  • Qualcomm MSM 7225 528 MHz processor
  • Micro SD Slot
  • Java MIDP 2.0
  • Organiser
  • Document Viewer

HTC Wildfire Specifications:
System: Quad Band GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
Size: 106.8 x 60.4 x 12 mm
Weight: TBC
Camera: 5 Megapixel, 2592 x 1944 pixels
Display:240 x 320 pixels, 3.2 inches

Jump after the break for more on the HTC Wildfire

HTC Wildfire is the richest way to visually experience news, friends, photos, favourite places and whatever else is important on a mobile phone. With one of the most advanced displays available on a phone today, HTC Wildfire is designed with a large 3.2 inch display to enhance and maximise content, whether it is pictures and videos, browsing the Web or checking on friends’ status updates.

Connectivity is perfectly covered with the HTC Wildfire as it features quad-band GSM and dual band UMTS (with HSPA) support as well as built-in GPS receiver and a Wi-Fi antenna. The mandatory USB and Bluetooth are present too.

HTC Sense
HTC Wildfire pioneers the new custom UI that HTC have prepared for the Android OS. HTC Sense is based on three basic principles dubbed as Make it Mine, Stay Close and Discover the Unexpected. Here are the three principles.

Make it Mine
With HTC Wildfire, personalization reaches a level never before possible. Rather than burying important content under layers of menus, the HTC Wildfire lets you put it at glance view, with a selection of widgets that can be placed right on the home screen. The widgets themselves can be personalized with a variety of designs and sizes that best match your personality.

With Scenes, a new profile feature, HTC Wildfire becomes multiple phones in one. Create and switch between Scenes that reflect different moments in your life. Your Legendbecomes a weekend phone that helps you relax with your choice of tunes, catch up with your favorite friends and capture some memories with HTC Footprints. And when you go on a trip, your phone becomes your personal guide and gives you instant access to local time, weather and maps.

Stay Close
Today, staying in touch with the people in your life means managing a variety of communication channels and applications ranging from phone calls and emails to Facebook updates. HTC Wildfire makes staying close as simple as turning to your friend and saying hello. When you view people, you see the different ways to get in touch, you also see all your interactions like emails sent to your personal and work accounts. You can even check for social network updates and event notices as well as see the latest pictures your friends uploaded to popular photo sharing sites.

Discover the Unexpected
Many of the most memorable moments in your life are experienced, not explained. Even basic functions like the dialer will pleasantly surprise you on the HTC Wildfire. You can find a person by dialing their phone number or simply by dialing the first few letters of their name.

With HTC Wildfire, you can look at things through different perspectives. Your inbox is not just a list of emails, but a catalog of conversations, a collection of notes flagged as important, and a document library of all your emails with attachments. Your Album is not just the photos saved on your phone. It is also a gateway to online collections of you and your friends on Facebook or Flickr.

Search just about anything, anywhere on your HTC Wildfire. The dedicated Search button combs through tweets in Twitter, locates people in your contact list, finds emails in your inbox, searches through appointments in the calendar and very nearly finds needles in haystacks..

HTC Wildfire Features:

  • 5 MP, 2592 x 1944 pixels, autofocus, LED flash
  • TFT capacitive touchscreen, 16M colours
  • Display Size: 240 x 320 pixels, 3.2 inches
  • Music Format:MP3/AAC/AAC+/WMA/OGG/AMR player
  • Customization Download
  • H.264/H.263/MPEG4 player
  • Ringtones Type Polyphonic, MP3
  • 3G HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps
  • GPRS: Class 12 (4+1/3+2/2+3/1+4 slots), 32 – 48 kbps
  • EDGE: Class 10
  • Browser: WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML
  • Bluetooth: v2.1 with A2DP
  • Micro USB
  • 3.5 mm Jack
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g
  • Android OS, v2.1
  • Messaging SMS, EMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging
  • Practically unlimited entries and fields, Photocall
  • Call records 30 dialed, 30 received, 30 missed calls
  • Card slot microSD (TransFlash) up to 32GB
  • Qualcomm MSM 7225 528 MHz processor
  • Micro SD Slot
  • Java MIDP 2.0
  • Organiser
  • Document Viewer

HTC Wildfire Specifications:
System: Quad Band GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
Size: 106.8 x 60.4 x 12 mm
Weight: TBC
Camera: 5 Megapixel, 2592 x 1944 pixels
Display:240 x 320 pixels, 3.2 inches

What’s included with the HTC Wildfire?

  • HTC Wildfire Handset
  • Genuine HTC Battery
  • Genuine HTC Mains Charger
  • Genuine HTC headphones/handsfree kit
  • Genuine HTC USB Datacable
  • User Guide

Warranty Information
This handset is covered by a full 24 month manufacturer’s warranty.

7 COMMENTS

  1. nope, I just thought it was a good little device for a good market. I like the lower price point. I am still sporting my Telstra HD2 right now… I REALLY like this device except the crappy AT&T service and poor radio performance from it…

  2. Next time contract negations come around, ask for a company perk in the form of a Sprint or T-Mobile Sim. then supply the phone to meet which ever phone flavor you wish to sport

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