The HTC Wildfire definitely packs some punches, considering that the price is under £ 300 for Sim free handsets. A 3.2 inch screen with resolution of 320 x 240 pixels delivers a clear and amazingly bright picture. The screen slowly drops slowly, but its size will work for most users. The obvious flaw with screens of this size is that you will always be in a position to browse websites, especially text, because it's just too small. Yes, you can apply, but it's not really the same as seeing the whole screen.
Acer beTouch E400 is a very stylish smartphone-mini iPhone-ish, which can attract or hinder potential customers. I actually prefer it on an overweight iPhone, which can be hard to hold and used in one hand. You usually discover this whisting driving, with heavy machinery, or while you're in the bath. You have been warned!
The 3.2 inch seems to be engulfed by the casing. Good for fingerprints, as you can really catch the phone, do not worry about lubricating dirty fingers over the beautiful screen. I'm all up for this, as fingerprints make me crazy and I spend all the time cleaning the damn.
I liked speeding on Acer is great and reminded me of the Finder window on the MacBook. The only annoying thing is the existence of "Acer Spinlets" in the home screen. I'm not a fan of this type of service from manufacturers when they do not have enough material to justify it. There's never going to be more than a gimmick in best case, but well done for trying. I've had Acer laptops bypass and easily outlived more expensive Dells and Toshibas. They are hardy phones and probably a better option if your lifestyle requires a more devastating device.
It's less precious than HTC and you probably would not worry too many scratches, they are designed to scratch, break apart and stop working. It usually happens just before the deals are made!
The good news is all the standard smartphone – Android the device as standard for both 3G (7MB downloads), Google Maps, Wi-Fi and GPS. The 5 megapixel camera (with flash) on HTC dimming I'm one of the best models for any smartphone at this price, but Acer lacks clarity – despite slightly higher prices. Some neat tricks like sending photos directly to social media accounts will definitely appeal to the younger market, hungry for new technology, but on the budget.
HTC standard social media app, is FriendStream, which comes pre-installed on all handsets. If you have ever used desktop tools like seismic, you will already get acquainted with this type of application. If you are heavy into Facebook and Twitter, you can already choose a selected application, but remember that it is built into the network, so it's likely not to be crashed. Well that's the theory anyway! Some innovations like Facebook caller IDs are all very good, but you may probably live without it – depending on how well your friends are.
HTC was actually the pioneers of touch screen technology back in 2007. Their fragility in this field is written over the phone, even on a limited screen size. The pinch to zoom is sensitive, yet easy to use, and makes the small screen simple to navigate.
I'm a fan of both manufacturers and I really both of these phones for different reasons. Acer feels harder than HTC is very clever and I think it would appeal to more people. In my opinion, the basic problem with screens of this size is that you never get the best results from this technology.
Source by Rachel Tremore