HTC Wildfire to hit Indian market with Rcom
The new 3G smartphone, HTC Wildfire from the Taiwanese handset maker is set to hit the Indian market with the telecom service provider, Reliance Communications.
The smartphone based on the Android platform will be available through the HTC resellers across the country, indicated a company statement. The device is well equipped to offers an easy social networking connectivity and a delightful user experience overall with HTC Sense UI experience.
The smartphone has a 3.2 inch touch screen and a 5-megapixel camera. RCom will offer 500 MB of free data usage for the first six months with the device. It will be exclusively available on Rcom’s GSM network in the country.
The device is powered by a Qualcomm processor and it supports a flash memory of 512MB with 384MB RAM. The phone also offers a host of new advanced features like G-sensor, optical joystick, light sensor, proximity sensor and digital compass.
As for connectivity solutions it offers Bluetooth and Wi-Fi and also supports HTML web browser, email, and other functionalities. Among other multimedia features, it offers FM radio, media player and enhanced caller ID.
Ajay Sharma, HTC India Country Head said, “The stylishly designed HTC Wildfire combined with the HTC Sense experience bring all your communication requirements into one place, whether it’s through Facebook, Orkut, Twitter, Flickr, text messages, images or email, ensuring that one is never far away from the conversation and always close to one’s friends.”
RCOM President of Marketing-Wireless Business, Mr. Mahesh Prasad expressed that the launch of this smartphone is part of company’s strategy to offer new features on mobile devices with high quality services.
HTC Wildfire will come with a price tag of Rs. 16,590 in the Indian market
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