The HTC Wildfire is HTC’s Desire ‘lite’, so if you’re on a bit of a budget it might be your new best friend. We had a hands-on play a few weeks ago but now we’ve got one in the office to review. Check out a few cheeky snaps showing off the handset’s best features while we get on with the review.
In the box you get a mains/USB adapter for charging and file transfers and some 3.5mm headphones which come with a clip for your shirt. We particularly like the look of the charger which reminded us of the super smooth Palm Pre for some reason.
This is a close-up of the HTC Wildfires’s optical trackpad and the navigation keys. Similar to the Google Nexus One, the nav keys are touch senisitve and are incorporated into the screen.
The 5-megapixel camera, LED flash and what looks like a noise-cancelling mic. The 3.5mm audio jack is also visible top right.
The volume control and the micro USB port of the HTC Wildfire.
The on/off switch in all its glory with the 3.5mm jack to the right.