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A real dilemma about HTC Golf (Wildfire C)

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by roy92, Apr 25, 2012.

  1. roy92

    roy92 Lurker
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    I just decided to buy HTC Explorer as my first Android smartphone.............But while surfing about it on the internet I found out about entry level smartphone HTC Golf(Wildfire C)............It is set to release at the end of this quarter..............It comes with

    • Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with Sense 4.0 UI
    • 3.5-inch display with a resolution of 480 x 320
    • Single-core CPU clocked at a speed of below 1GHz
    • 512MB RAM
    • 4GB Internal memory
    • MicroSD card slot
    • 5MP rear camera
    • Front facing camera
    • Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
    • Beats Audio
    Now I'm confused should I wait to buy HTC Golf or should I buy HTC Explorer now...............

    Please someone help me.......... I can buy only a single phone about every 2-3 years due to budget constraints........ Please help me come to a decision.................

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  2. songarin

    songarin Lurker

    better wait for the wildfire c if you don't want to regret for the next 2 to 3 years. as you can see the wildfire c has much better feature and might cost 3 to 4 thousand more that the explorer. so i u are ready to spend the extra bucks than i say wildfire c.
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  3. Yes,I also advice you to wait for wildfire c. I just got Explorer, and the internal storage is too low.
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  4. roy92

    roy92 Lurker
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    Yeah I think I'll wait...............
  5. Gremaldin

    Gremaldin Well-Known Member

    Wildfire C will cost maybe a bit more than the wildfire S. So there will be a huge difference in price of the Explorer and Wildfire C. If you can stretch your budget, then wait for the wildfire C. If its too expensive for you, then go for the Explorer. My sis owns one and its actually a good phone, good value for money, though Wildfire C outclasses it in every way.

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