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Friday, June 17, 2011

HTC Wildfire Red

The new HTC Wildfire Red edition is an impressive new Smartphone which boasts a number of key features ranging from a highly acclaimed Android operating system, to a 5 mega pixel digital camera and social networking applications.

The Red HTC Wildfire joins the original graphite edition as well as the recently released Black and forthcoming White models, the colour change applies to the entirety of the phones exterior casing as opposed to just the front or back panels.

Red HTC Wildfire
As with many new HTC phones, an integrated 5 mega pixel digital camera is provided as standard with the HTC Wildfire Red which operates at a high pixel resolution. This results in high quality and clarity of the still images. A number of image enhancing features are provided as standard such as Autofocus, smile detection and an LED flash. Therefore, even low lighting conditions are not an issue of the camera and great quality still images can still be taken. Geo-tagging is also included which operates thanks to GPS and automatically records the location at which a photo was taken. As an alternative method of image capture, the camera can also shoot video footage.

The HTC Wildfire is very compact for an HTC handset. It measures 106.8x 60.4x 12 mm and weighs in at an impressively light weight 118 g. In comparison to other phones from the manufacturer, the appearance of the Wildfire could be described as chunky, with aesthetic appeal coming from its simple lines and the availability of a number of colour variants including black, brown, white and red.

The Red HTC Wildfire offers a range of entertainment features including a versatile internal media player as well as a number of pre-installed games and a stereo FM radio player with RDS. Social networkers are catered for with Facebook, twitter and Flickr integration which allows them to communicate with friends and family and share their thoughts in a matter of seconds.

Connection to cellular networks is provided courtesy of class 10 versions of both EDGE and GPRS. This provides it with connections in all but the most isolated of locations. In order to access the Internet, the handset initially relies on 3G coverage, whereby an HSDPA connection provides access to the Internet at speeds of up to 7.2 mega bytes per second. A faster Internet connection can be attained however thanks to integrated Wi-Fi Technology which senses the signals provided by wireless Internet routers where available, and utilises these to provide an enhanced browsing experience.

HTC could be described as something of a veteran when it comes to the manufacture and design of sleek and compact smartphones. With handsets like the Wildfire, it is easy to see the level of expertise.

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