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HTC wildfire any good?

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I seen one for cheap and my current phone is meh

Are theses any good or are they outdated?

is the camera/video recorder any good?

Can this get andorid 2.3 or am i stuck with 2.2?

thanks.
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Really that bad huh
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2.3 are currently in their nightlies right now (if your into modding like I am) but otherwise 2.2 is what your stuck with. 2.2 isn't bad and I heard that the wildfire is fast but not sure. My HTC Incredible is sweet though.

Also they have yet to port 2.3 over yet to the wildfire.

Also they haven't really been out long enough for people to make a judgement.
Edited by Lord Xeb - 2/11/11 at 12:31am
 
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The HTC Wildfire is a watered down version of the HTC Desire and i think it looks abit tacky for a smartphone wouldn't be able to place many apps on it and would run slow most of the time.
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