Editors Liked

  • Responsive touchscreenAndroid 2.1 with HTC SenseAffordable
  • Compact design, HTC Sense UI improves default Android 2.1 UI functionality vastly, good social media integration, good connectivity (3.5G, Wi-fi, GPS)
  • WiFi, GPS & 3G support, Very good Web browser, Google Mobile Services & Android Market support, Good Looking, Excellent Call Reception & Quality
  • Brilliant Android 2.1 OS and HTC Sense UI, responsive touchscreen, small and lightweight, good quality camera, customisable options galore
  • Well designed, UI is easy to customize and navigate, Audio for music and calls is good, FM reception is good, Camera picture quality was crisp
  • The HTC Wildfire features a compact and solid design. As the successor to the Tattoo, it offers an updated OS, a 5-megapixel camera, and good call quality
  • Interesting design and solid build quality, Affordable, Great battery life for an Android smartphone
  • Full HTC Sense UI, great Facebook integration, great specs for the price
  • A bargain with a raft of great features. HTC Sense. Great design
  • Great social networking integration, app sharing feature, good value

Editors Didn't Like

  • Low resolution screen makes text and pictures look a little blurry, low video recording quality, pricier than competitors, lags at times
  • Poor LowRes Screen, Terrible, terrible camera for outdoor shots
  • Slow processor, no HD recording
  • Poor battery life, Handsets heats up quite a bit when in use
  • Features a lower-resolution screen. The smartphone can be sluggish at times. Lacks support for North American 3G bands. Camera quality was rather subpar
  • Poor camera quality, Sense UI doesn't look good on such low pixel density, Scroll lag in the browser
  • Low resolution display, sometimes slow text input, slowish processor
  • Screen is a tad lo-res. Feels sluggish while browsing
  • Pixelated display, occasional lags when running more than a few high memory apps.Look and Feel