HTC Wildfire is on everyone’s lips these days, as the new “HTC Desire mini” some consider it to be. This is one of the few Android 2.1 smartphones with a QVGA touchscreen display and its size reminds us of HTC Tattoo. As far as its launch is concerned, T-Mobile UK tweets that it’ll be available on June 14th locally.


Meanwhile, Wildfire will debut on Virgin UK in Q3 2010, for a yet unknown price. Mobile Review claims that the handset will cost around EUR 250, which is quite affordable. For this price, you get a smartphone with Sense UI, WiFi, GPS, social networking features, a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash and a 528MHz Qualcomm CPU.

There’s also a product page available officially for the new HTC device, in case you’re looking for more information. This entry-level handset could be the key for yet another best-seller in HTC’s portofolio. Here’s a quick first look at the phone:

[via Unwired View]

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