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HTC Wildfire E suddenly showed up with 5.45 inch LCD screen, Unisoc chipset and 2GB RAM


After months of silence, HTC finally launched its first new smartphone this year, which is U19e in the mid-range segment. And according to a latest report from Russia, it seems that this Taiwanese manufacturer is also working on a new smart phone.

Specifically, a Russian retailer recently revealed information about a new HTC smartphone, called Wildfire E. The source said the phone is the successor version of the Wildfire S that has been released. eyes in 2011.

The source said the HTC Wildfire E will be equipped with 5.45-inch IPS LCD screen, HD + resolution and use an 18: 9 aspect ratio. Inside, the processing power of the machine is provided by the Unisoc SC9863 chip with 8 cores Cortex-A55 clocked at 1.6 GHz. It is known that Unisoc processor is a product of Spreadtrum semiconductor company that used to be used on some cheap smartphones before.

In addition, because the smartphone is in the low-end segment, HTC Wildfire E is only equipped with 2GB of RAM, 32GB of internal memory. In return, the device will be pre-installed Android 9 Pie operating system when shipped.

Regarding other configuration information, the Wildfire E smartphone will have a 13MP + 2MP dual camera setup in the back, while the front of the machine will have a 5MP selfie camera for users to take a selfie and call video call. Finally, HTC's upcoming cheap mobile phone will have 3,000 mAh battery, promising to meet a user's long day of use. Unfortunately, the price and launch date of HTC Wildfire E has yet to be revealed.


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