Recycling old mobile in favour of HTC Wildfire may be good move
21 June 2010 — 7:10 PM
People who sell their old mobile phone for cash and put it towards an HTC Wildfire device will be getting a pricey-looking model for a budget price.
That is the view of Flora Graham, writing for Cnet, who says the handset is a good alternative to smartphones as it offers many of the same features.
The mobile phone runs the latest Android 2.1 operating system, allowing its owners access to functions such as Outlook emails.
"We think HTC's widgets are well-designed and good-looking, but you don't have to use them - you can easily download tonnes of other apps and widgets from the Android market," explains Ms Graham.
An HTC Wildfire is also a potentially shrewd investment for social networking fans, as it combines all Facebook, Twitter and Gmail contacts with those in its address book.
Another option for those on the lookout for a new mobile phone is the iPhone 4, due to be released later this week in the UK.
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