Nam, 25 Jul 2010I am confusing between HTC Wildfire and HTC Aria. Wildfire almost the same as Aria except for ... moreIf this helps da Wildfire us known to be a "Mini Desire", without the resolution and speed, and the "Desire" is a "Nexus One" rival. Overall I would pick the Wildfire, although I haven't seen or used da Aria.
Can any one tell me which mail client is using in HTC Wildfire and how many accounts that can be created ?
Awsome phone. I was a nokia user but the wildfire really impressed me. Android is super. In my opinion this is an iphone killer!
I am confusing between HTC Wildfire and HTC Aria. Wildfire almost the same as Aria except for the resolution. Wildfire battery is better, so which one I should choose?Help me plz
Sunny, 25 Jul 2010Hi! plz tell me whether any memory card is coming in box or not.in my country, they provide a 2gb memory card
Dejzi, 22 Jul 2010Please tell me your suggestions:
Should I buy Wildfire or Samsung Spica I5700?
I already have a Galaxy Spica. Its great but I do recommend the HTC. The Spica Camera is terribly slow, and it doesn't have FM radio. I actually wanna change my Samsung to the Wildfire for the FM radio, Sense UI and the better camera with LED flash. Spica does however have a higher res dislpay. Spica als plays DivX videos, but that may not be such a big issue if you don't use Divx format much. You also get a camera button on the Samsung, which is rather nice. The hardware buttons below the screen however are absolutely awful!
Well did try out d htc wildfire,althought i dont have d device, tested from my colleagues Terry, is just great n amazing, those folks dunno bout phone on pixilation or spec n ram n rom, better shut up n go back to Nokia fans page or iphone fans page.. cuz they dont have d money to own it.. Or maybe they r still using Nokia, Chokia..
Very good phone.Its sound quality is awesome and one of the best looking mobile phone in the market.
I bought this cell phone and I must say that this cell phone is excellent.Its user interface is very friendly and very fast.
Shovon, 24 Jul 2010Wildfire has maps, and itz also free. Headphone port is legacy, just like iPod and others. U c... morebut u need a internet connection for Google Maps to work right? Nokia Ovi Maps can work offline.
I bought dis last nite.. its an awesome phn.. I have being using Nokia prior to dis .. n d difference is uncomparable.. u get so many apps for social ntwkng, business,learning.etc.
Android phones surely gonna be d toughiest compitetor for iPhone. my advice to people who wants to buy phone at 12-15k, buy dis..
Anonymous, 24 Jul 2010Ι've been using it for a couple of days now and I realized that this phone is the bes... moreI agree with you completely. I mean in 14K , people expect it to match iphone which starts at around 28 K . The comparison aint fair at all... and it's far better than 5800 ( which is resistive touch hence won't support multi touch) .
And Android is wayyyyyyyyyyyyy better than symbian. Symbian sucks.....
Ι've been using it for a couple of days now and I realized that this phone is the best phone for someone who had never had an HTC or android phone before or for someone who wants an android phone but doesn't want to pay a lot of money. The only compromise u have to make is the screen resolution ,pixelation is not noticeable when you hold it about 20cm away from your eyes . Battery life improves the more u use it and the camera is average. Some apps might not work due to the low res but most of those are not even shown in the android market
Shovon, 24 Jul 2010Wildfire has maps, and itz also free. Headphone port is legacy, just like iPod and others. U c... more@shovon--dude what r u talking about?maps and that too free...tell me where is it? i cant find it on mine...thnx in advance..
vex, 24 Jul 2010can someone comment on Wildfire VS Nokia 5800? I know Wildfire has a lot of advantages over 58... moreWildfire has maps, and itz also free. Headphone port is legacy, just like iPod and others. U can attacht any headphone of your choice. Supplied headphone has music control buttons.
can someone comment on Wildfire VS Nokia 5800? I know Wildfire has a lot of advantages over 5800, but 5800 has certain advantages as well, like Maps(which is free) , carl zeiss cam, and a headset which can be attached to earphones of my choice (unlike wildfire, which i srsly dun like). thx a lot.