With so many social networks out there, it can be quite tedious to individually update each one of them. This Android phone solves this problem, by presenting an app, called Friend Stream, that combines Facebook, Twitter and Flickr updates, all in one place. You can as well update all of your accounts at one go.
This smartphone lets you share photographs and videos too. Being people-centric, it lets you stay on top of your social life. It has a special way of displaying caller ID when someone listed in your Contacts, calls. Not only the name and number of the caller, but also Facebook status and birthday are
displayed. Even your conversations – calls, messages and other updates are organised by people, rather than applications.
Another striking feature of this handset is the app sharing widget. If you like any app from the Android Market, you can recommend it to your friends, by sending a link directly from this phone.
Not just a mobile phone, it also doubles as a dimmable flashlight to help you see in the dark. It understands gestures too. Lifting it up when it rings, lowers the ringing volume. Turning it over, makes it silent.
The HTC Wildfire phone has a 3.2-inch touchscreen with QVGA resolution. It is based on Android 2.1. The HTC Sense UI sits stop this platform, making the handset more user-centric.
A multimedia player, an FM radio and a 3.5mm headphone jack contribute to making this device a mobile entertainer. Plus, there is the Android Market, which offers loads of games and apps to keep boredom at bay.
Other HTC Wildfire specs include – a 528MHz processor, 384MB of RAM, 512MB of internal memory, microSD card support up to 32GB cards, a 5MP camera with autofocus, flash and geo-tagging ability, 3G network support, Bluetooth 2.1, about 7-8 hours of talk-life, GPS, micro-USB 2.0 for tethering to a PC or laptop and WiFi 802.11 b/g.
HTC Wildfire price – This phone is currently available with Vodafone for Pay Monthly deals that start at £20.
HTC Wildfire Mobile Phone Intro video