HTC WildFire priced; availability expected by late June

May 26, 2010, By Thomas Antony

The HTC WildFire was announced last week as a new entry-level Android smartphone coming to Verizon in the US as well as UK and Asian markets at the beginning of this summer. The device was actually named by consumers when HTC announced when they were “… working on something new…that is playful and full of youth”. Today, more details have come out on the smartphone which can be called as a miniature HTC Desire with lighter specs.

According to PocketNow, Clove, an online wireless retailer in UK has listed the WildFire for £210. It is expected to be available in late June. But of course they have also mentioned that the “Official Price and Availability [is yet] To Be Confirmed”. Here is what we know about the phone so far.

The HTC WildFire runs on a 525 MHz Qualcomm MSM 7225 CPU, 384MB of RAM and 512 MB of flash memory. It has a 5MP camera with autofocus and flash and the usual connectivity options such as 802.11b/g wifi and Bluetooth 2.1+EDR. Storage is expandable using a microSD card. You can check out an in-depth review of the HTC WildFire right here on DeviceMag.

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