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My new Smartphone

Yesterday, I went to the local electronics store to buy a new cellphone erm... Smartphone. The Smartphone that I bought is a HTC Wildfire.

Currently I'm really happy with what I bought, it has WiFi, Mail, Internet + Flash, etc. It's really very handy as I don't have to turn on my computer (laptop actually) to see if I received any mails. Also I can go online at the University as it has free Wifi for students. Smile I'm not really planning to subscribe for an Internet account (3G paid thingy to have internet everywhere in Belgium) as I'm mostly at home (=WiFi access) or at the University (=Wifi access) and I'm not really that addicted to pay 10, 15 bucks every month for an internet package. Confused

I'll probably write a review in a month or so with all the positive and negative aspects of the HTC Wildfire. Smile


6 blog comments below

A few days ago, I made a review about my smartphone on a dutch website about technology. Because the website is dutch, the review is also in dutch... Yet if you would be interested in reading it, here is the link:

adri on Wed Apr 13, 2011 11:33 am
Nice! I'm also planning on buying one. Just waiting for the right moment lol Razz Though I'm concerned with android's lack of proxy settings changer. Most of my classmates can't use their smartphones for internet at the Universtiy because it doesn't allow them to change their proxy settings. Sad
lightwate on Wed Apr 13, 2011 3:46 pm
I don't have any problems with the wifi of the university, but probably every university has its own system... I do recommend Android as an operating system. The use of the Android Market is awesome as you download certain applications that suit you. For example I installed an app of dutch hardware website that lets you easily browse through their content on their website. Super duper handy Very Happy

adri on Wed Apr 13, 2011 3:53 pm
Wow! very nice phone!how much in the market?
ultimatetop on Sun May 15, 2011 10:42 pm
Really wildfire impressed i am also gonna buy a new phone but i don't know is it available in my locality.
rjraaz on Mon May 16, 2011 3:13 am
You can get it now for around 200 in my country. Does the trick wonderfully for me. Just browsing the web, reading my mails, listening to music, recording a message that i may not forget. Also the Android Market gives you some flexibility in the use of your phone. Smile

adri on Mon May 16, 2011 9:04 am

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