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Reviewer:
leebay
Reviews:
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Votes:
4 (25% helpful)

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  1.  Not as great as people say but not bad for the size

    Posted: 

    By reading the reviews for this i thought it was going to be a brilliant purchase. I do think it is quite loud for the size but the problem is if you want it loud you will have to put up with distortion. Plus there is no bass either. Another negative is that the music on songs is much louder than the singing. Not bad but assumed it would be better by reading the reveiws prior to buying.

  2.  Not all that it seems

    Posted: 

    I thought prior to purchasing the wildfire it would be a good buy but i was wrong. The fact it has Android stood out to me but now it seems that a large number of applications and games from the android market either don't work at all or lag alot. Also the battery life is not very good at all. Also the fact that i cannot play Java games is a thumbs down becuase if the android games hardly work and i cannot play Java games... there is not much i can do! Since i have brought the phone i have never gone one night without charging my phone because by the end of every day it has already completely died. Also the Wildfire has supposed to have a 5MP camera whereas i have had better cameras at 2MP quality. Starting to think i am better off with my old Nokia 5530 XpressMusic as this plays games like doodle jump faster despite the smaller processor and RAM etc. Youtube also constantly buffers unless using Wifi connection. The keyboard is also very 'fiddly' as the qwerty arrangement on such a small screen is not large enough to text without making mistakes with every couple of words. There is a option to change to a standard keypad, however this lags extremely and often you can type whole words and they will display seconds after. Also heavy usage has lead to the handset restarting and this is highly inconvenient as it has supposed to have a good enough processor to handle heavy tasks. The one good feature of the HTC Wildfire is the Android Market (the apps that actually work!)