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We’re expecting some sibling rivalry in the HTC family with the arrival of their latest creation the Wildfire. With this baby boasting similar features to its big brother the HTC Desire we reckon it’ll certainly be a bundle of joy for users.

3.5mm Audio Jack
MP3 Ringtones
TFT Capacitive Touchscreen
Touch-sensitive navigation controls
Multi-touch input
As with the Desire the Wildfire runs off the Android 2.1 platform. It’s top-notch technology whilst being simple to use a perfect combination! Just like all youngsters the Wildfire is down with the latest trends. With access to thousands of apps on the Android Market you can instantly share them with your mates when you find ones that OMG you just sooo have to have!"


The Wildfire has everything you could want. Its touchscreen makes navigation a breeze and it also has a 5mp camera with flash and smile detection! With up to 680 hours of battery life on offer even if you’re a bit of a wild one, this phone will be able to keep up!




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#1
why the cold votes this is the white one please put in a link to where it is cheaper
#2
hot fro me I think i will get one epsecially in white
#3
Good Deal, you probably find its unlocked.
Please no comparisons to the San francisco mobile.
#4
are they unlocked?
#5
flatlander
are they unlocked?

Yes, my mate purchased one. Its unlocked.
#6
The Wildfire is a great little smartphone,
I have one and love it. A good deal. Hot
#7
got mine in store from phones 4 u a month ago and that came unlocked
1 Like #8
have some heat , cos now sub-zero :) i have same one nearly a year, very happy. not too big, looks really good.

just CPU a bit slow, but i use it just for calls and sms so it's fine for me.
#9
I got this phone from Phones4u before Christmas for £180 then 2 days later the dropped it to £130.

Since then the price of this phone has gone up and down more than once and will probably do it again but I'll ad heat anyway as its a good phone.
#10
Think I'll get the other half one for her birthday, I have the san fran but she refuses to have one on the basis that she doesn't want copy everything I do lol
#11
Surprised to see these at this price still. I would have thought HTC would drop the price to compete with the Orange San Francisco since they both target the lower end of the Android market.
#12
dannyzz
Good Deal, you probably find its unlocked.
Please no comparisons to the San francisco mobile.


Why not? It's a fair comparison.
#13
dannyzz
Good Deal, you probably find its unlocked.
Please no comparisons to the San francisco mobile.


You can't not compare them. Compared to the SF this is a terrible deal..

It's decent for this phone however, so I'm torn how to vote!
1 Like #14
the sanfrancisco hammers this pile of sh%^te
#15
only joking couldnt resist when was told not too compare, anyway my son has the wildfire and i think this is a excellent phone for the money...heat added
#16
Bought one in store for my wife last week, she loves it, cracking phone, great price, good deal
suspended#17
HTC wildfire 2 has been announced which has faster cpu and higher res screen. Orange san francisco is still obviously the best cheap smartphone and the zte skate out in may will whip both of those phones and will likely be around this price.
#18
CPU is a bit slow for some games but otherwise this is a great phone. Not as big as other smart phones (Desire, etc) which mean it fits in your pocket easily.

Had mine for about a year now and it's still in excellent condition so pretty tough too
#19
What's new about this deal? Been this price for ages, seen plenty of threads about it on HUKD.

Also, I bought one. I haggled with them that I didn't want the topup and they knocked the price down by a fiver. I then sold the sim with credit for a fiver as well so ended up getting it for £130.

Just food for thought.
1 Like #20
I have this phone, is not such a hotshot.
It looks nice but it pretty slow in processing and the battery life is just normal.
#21
"With this baby boasting similar features to its big brother the HTC Desire we reckon it’ll certainly be a bundle of joy for users."

I think you need to do some research! The only thing similar is that it runs Android, the simalarities just about stop there!
#22
Cold. It'd have to be cheaper than the San Francisco to be a good buy - won't happen!
2 Likes #23
Just to chip in, I've had this phone around 6 months and it constantly frustrates me with slow processing and poor battery life.
#26
now im gonna go and buy san francisco
#27
Damn I thought its a desire.
1 Like #28
I've had this phone for about 2 months after finally deciding to replace my Sony Ericsson W810i. I've found it to be a decent handset for someone who just needs it to call, text and occassionally use the Facebook and Twitter apps. I did not need it for games as I use my iPod Touch to play Angry Birds, etc.

The battery life is ok, full charge will last me 2 days as long as I switch the moblie internet and Wi-Fi off when not in use. The screen resolution is perfectly acceptable for me, although I was used to a W810i!

Overall this is a good phone for general use and well-worth the £130 I paid for it. Have some heat :)
#29
Friend has one, screen looks like it arrives faulty out of the box. Does not have access to lots of apps that I do. Ok price. Not voting.
#30
has to be said that @£140 these are still pretty expensive, especially then a pulse mini is essentially the same phone just less sexy - beats getting an iphone for £400+ either way
#31
also anyone who checks engadget will know there's a slew of new reasonably priced androids headed onto the market...
may pay to wait
#32
not another andriod offer? :p
#33
oldmanhouse
Surprised to see these at this price still. I would have thought HTC would drop the price to compete with the Orange San Francisco since they both target the lower end of the Android market.

My thoughts too.

I'd pick the SF even if they were evenly priced.
#34
DealHunta
has to be said that @£140 these are still pretty expensive, especially then a pulse mini is essentially the same phone just less sexy - beats getting an iphone for £400+ either way

At least an iphone wud keep the value!
#35
mikeswrx02
DealHunta
has to be said that @£140 these are still pretty expensive, especially then a pulse mini is essentially the same phone just less sexy - beats getting an iphone for £400+ either way

At least an iphone wud keep the value!


Really? I bought a t mobile pulse last year for £80 or so. A year later, and second hand they're around £50. A 3gs 16gb was about £320 PLUS £20 for a 12month contract say, so lets say 12*£10 goes towards phone cost (£320+£120).
Now on a certain website you can buy plenty of 1 year old models for £220 or less.

50/80 *100 = 62.5% of original value for the pulse
220/440 = 50% of original value for the iphone!

If you look at it percentage wise, then no, the iphone is awful at holding its value.

Now lets end the bullsh*t about apple products holding their value so well.

Edited By: jaydeeuk1 on Mar 04, 2011 23:55
1 Like #36
Not voting either way, but can't believe people will pay this sort of price when the San Francisco can be had for £89.
I have used both, and although similar the screen on the Wildfire is dire. It maybe ok for those that haven't comapred it to the San Francisco, but put the 2 side by side and it's way behind (just look at the resoulution of both)

Oh, and if you google San Francisco vs Wildfire you'll see what I mean.

It does have a slightly better camera, and battery life is slightly better. But that's where it stops. Can't see any other reason to get this over the SF. If the prices were the same, I would still go San Fran without hesitation.

But, if this is what you want, it's probably the best price out there.
#37
some people don't want to unlock and debrand a phone that's what makes this deal more desirable than the san frans, also the wildfire has a 2 year warranty, to make the most out of the san fran you need a custom rom which means no warranty, so if something goes wrong with it then you will have to buy another one which makes it more expensive than the wildfire
#38
illy1965
some people don't want to unlock and debrand a phone that's what makes this deal more desirable than the san frans, also the wildfire has a 2 year warranty, to make the most out of the san fran you need a custom rom which means no warranty, so if something goes wrong with it then you will have to buy another one which makes it more expensive than the wildfire


You certainly don't have to de-brand the San Fran, and many haven't bothered. Same could be said for the Wildfire, will run better with custom firmware.
#39
excellent phone.. this is cheap deal... i bought one for 250 quid last year..
#40
Richierea
illy1965
some people don't want to unlock and debrand a phone that's what makes this deal more desirable than the san frans, also the wildfire has a 2 year warranty, to make the most out of the san fran you need a custom rom which means no warranty, so if something goes wrong with it then you will have to buy another one which makes it more expensive than the wildfire


You certainly don't have to de-brand the San Fran, and many haven't bothered. Same could be said for the Wildfire, will run better with custom firmware.


i bet if you looked at the percentage of sold phones that have had a custom rom installed between the san fran and wildfire then the san frans would be considerably higher. i was seriously considering getting one myself but didn't really fancy messing around with it to much, but since i read about a lot of negativity concerning all the orange bloatware i decided to get an unbranded wildfire. the htc ui is what makes their phones so popular, so i feel no need to install a custom rom as i would lose that feature. for me out of the box the wildfire is a better phone for my uses,

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