HTC sends good news to everyone in Australia by announcing that the Wildfire will be hitting the nation in August on Telstra. The 3.2-inch QVGA device ships with Android 2.1 (Elair) running HTC's Sense UI. In addition, the Wildfire comes with a 5-megapixel camera with flash, a 500 MHz processor, and all the other usual niceties that we have come to expect from HTC's Android offerings. Overall, the Wildfire looks to offer a great choice to Australians looking for an entry-level Android device.
No price or exact date of launch were announced, so we will keep on the lookout for more info as the launch nears. Hit up the links for the press release as well as detailed specs for the phone. [HTC] [Wildfire Specs]
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