Wednesday, November 10, 2010

A mesmerizing gadget that you will never regret

Introducing you ladies and gentleman, on my bottom corner, weighing 118 grams, he's slim and sleek and looks awesome, measuring 106.8 (L) x 60.4 (W) x 12 (T) mm with 3.2 inches Capacitive touch screen with pinch-to-zoom capability and 240 x 320 pixels resolution which has been brilliantly furnished----the smoking hot, HTC Wildfire.


For a budget phone that doesn't look cheap,  this phone offers great value for money. It's got everything i need and the reason why i wanted this phone was to be able to twitt, haha! Not only this of course, it costs around a third less than its bigger brother (HTC Desire), around RM1160 and not only white, it comes in various colours too

RED----BLACK---WHITE (mine)---Chrome
Moreover, it is running under a 528 MHz Qualcomm processor and a platform of Android 2.1 with HTC Sense 1.6. For those who like camwhor-ing, i guess this could fulfill your needs, it has a camera at the back of the phone with 5 megapixel colour camera, auto focus and flash.



If we take a look at the left side of the gadget, you'll see the volume control rocker, pretty standard, and then the MicroUSB connector which is obviously used for sync and charge.


On the right hand side of the gadget there are no additional controls or connectors. It would perhaps have been nice to see a camera button here but there isn't one included.


In fact, the camera button is being installed here, more to say, some sort like a optical joystick


While at the top of the gadget is home to the 3.5mm headphone/headset connector. This allows you to use the wired headset that comes in the box or your own headphones. At this top part, the power button can also be found. Notice the slot in the middle there? That's to allow you to easily remove the battery cover.


So, enough of the outside, let's go into the phone shall we? They have 7 "Home Screen" which allows you to customize and design yourself. You can always move or add some shortcut icon like messaging, Wi-fi access tab or Blue-tooth to any one of the Home Screen you like and you can just simply access in just a simple touch away, isn't that simple?

my middle one with current time and my fav soccernet updates :)
So here's the 7 "Home Screen" i mentioned above. The middle one is considered the main 'home' and you can always get back here by pressing the home button on the device. This screen will give you the current time, weather and temperature as well as having space for up to eight shortcut icons, although only four are in place by default. On either side of the middle home screen are three additional screens.


With GPS and AGPS built into the phone, you just need to purchase a compatible mapping software and it'll be all powered up to guide you to your destination and it picks up signal easily and works quite happily indoors, means it works equally well within the 'urban canyons' of the big cities with a digital compass, so no more worries about getting lost anymore. There's never a dull moment with HTC Wildfire, stay entertained with HTC Footprints, Easy-Card widget and FM Radio.  The keyboard is quite cool too, you can either make it vertical or horizontal. It's audio supports playback such as: aac, amr, ogg, m4a, mid, mp3, wav, and wma format.

You can easily install apps for free, you just have to tap on their "Market" tab and wuala, download unlimited apps you want, anywhere anytime, but you must have a Google account and standing at a place where there's a Wi-fi coverage, haha!! Facebook and Twitter for Androids are also available for downloading too, isn't it awesome when you update your status in FB or twits written their via Android?
Oh, not to forget together with the box it includes an AC Adapter, USB Cable, earphones and a 3 pin plug.
So, if you are looking for any budget Android Smartphones which doesn't looks cheap, or you cant afford a iPhone or a BB, well HTC Wildfire is the best choice for you, experience it yourself like i do. CHEERS!
*psst, it's my first ever review, so do leave some feedback kay? :)*

15 comments:

Hilda Milda™ said...

WOW like a pro leh :D

ahpoh91™ said...

aku nak aku nak!!

Christine , Mei Yee said...

Whoot ~ Sweet =) Its up...

A few more questions XD :
1. Any "lagginess" to the phone while accessing all ur apps ??

2. Overall quality of camera good ?

TQ ~ Nice review btw =)

I'm farra.. said...

my husband used HTC.. i wish i can get mine too ;)

Kian Fai said...

wonder how much it cost, coz I didnt know the price lol

SiMon Har said...

i thought i'm reading a phone review by gadget website! nice!

Sherry Degarmo said...

it seems like an advertorial. :P

Dummy Dummy said...

I envy that you got a white one!

~Snowman~ said...

wow! really a very nice gadget! u got the white one right? envy!=(

Annie said...

so tempted but I got no money!

Chuen said...

i want one too! no money =\

Emily said...

woooo HTC. i wann

TOLANIC said...

Wow, a touchscreen phone. You wrote this review like a geek. Very details!

The price of this phone is very cheap but too bad, I don't like touchscreen phone. Hard to type the SMS while driving.

Adrian said...

Is this HTC the latest?LOL

alvinontherocks said...

I wished I could, I wished I could, I wished I could... tap tap tap, twirl 3 times around. Hop on 1 leg, 3 times backwards, push-up x20...

Dang wish didn't come true! :(

worked for an iPhone though :p