hai frnds i am going to buy htc wildfire. i have an question is the image from the camera is good ? pls reply guys. is it gud mobile ?
Hey guys can some1 tell me , should i get the HTC Wildfire or BLACKBERRY TORCH 9800 ? Thanks
I would like to know what phone is better, wildfire or motorola devy also known as mb525 in south africa?
Katipo, 27 Apr 2011@ajay - there's an app called "Total Recall" that lets you record incoming and outgo... moreBut i think with total recall, you hands-free get disabled..pls check and gi'me a solution pls.
this is one of the best mobile i hv ever used...
and as others say, the batterey is not bad at all...
@those ppl : get an android booster, so that u can close unwanted apps that go on the baground
and move most apps to the memory card to avoid load on the phone...
regards _Aj :)
HTC Wildfire is totally trust worthy .... I am completely satisfied with it.
Anish, 26 Apr 2011Hii,
yes it can do it if all your data connections like wi-fi, GPRS/EDGE and auto sync is use... moreYup Anish, i'll use wired headpsets for nearly 2-3 hrs daily nd using calls upto 1-1.5 hrs....with these activities i need the battery to stay up for somethin like 15 hrs...so that i dont need to find charging points whereever i go during the day..:)...thats my only concern regarding battery backup, bcoz for rest of the activities like wifi nd gprs i'm always available with charging points..:)
i hope u find no problem like phone hanging up frequently...?
but htere sud be secondry camera to hav video call if this funtion wud be there HTC WILDFIRE will rocks this phone is really awesome.............
can the battery survive 15 hrs in a single charge with 1.5 hrs of calls and 3 hrs of music...?
it is a great cell phone ,it has all u need in a mobile. really i like it.
Can anyone of tell me about the sound quality of interms of Music.. I am planning to buy this mobile ?
@ajay - there's an app called "Total Recall" that lets you record incoming and outgoing calls. At the end of the call you get a pop-up asking if you want to save that call. Been using it for a couple of weeks. Seems to work well.