Written on: 15/04/2012
I've unfortunatley had the HTC wildfire over a year now, when I first bought it I thought it was the best thing in the world, especially for its money, however within just a week I was starting to see its faults. For starters, being a teenager it couldnt cope with mass amounts of socialising and using apps whilst bored. My battery life never lasted me through to the next morning, so I HAD to charge it every night. Secondly, it constantly needs updating in some way or another, which is irritating. Also, its exceptionaly slow when its not updated and not that much faster when it is. Loading my internet browser isn't worth the bother, and its not my internet, it works fine on my old phone which I resorted to digging out. The touch screen isnt too reliable either, when I go into my messages and click on a conversation, it will load one half way down my list of conversations which is extremley frustrating and if you're not careful about realising its bought up the wrong conversation you could end up in some sticky situations! If you've got the patience for it, it does what it's supposed to do (eventually) and does all the basic things you would need it to do in this modern day.The camera is alright and its a smart looking phone. I will say I lost this phone down the sofa for a long time, and it didnt bother me in the slightest, once Id got over the fact I couldnt go and get my money back for it I was fairly happy carrying on using my old nokia with a cracked screen which has to be one of the most reliable phones I've ever had.