HTC Wildfire X goes on sale in India: Details here
HTC Wildfire X, the recently launched mid-range smartphone, has gone on sale in India via Flipkart. The key highlights of the phone include its HD+ notched display, gradient design, triple rear cameras, 'MyBuddy' safety feature, and mid-level internals. Interestingly, the handset also comes with six-months of accidental damage protection. Here's our roundup.
First, a look at the pricing and offers
The HTC Wildfire X costs Rs. 10,999 for the entry-level 3GB/32GB model and Rs. 13,999 for the top-range 4GB/128GB variant. Talking about offers, buyers can avail Rs. 3,750 benefits from Vodafone and Idea along with additional 500MB data every day for 18 months. There is also Rs. 1,000 limited-period discount on prepaid orders.
At a glance
As far as specifications are concerned, up front, the HTC Wildfire X sports a waterdrop notched design with a prominent bezel at the bottom. On the backside, the mirror-finished panel, with hyper optical patterns, houses triple cameras and a physical fingerprint sensor. It sports a 6.2-inch LCD display with HD+ (720x1520 pixels) resolution, 19:9 aspect ratio, and 271ppi pixel density.
For the shutterbugs and selfie lovers
The HTC Wildfire X houses a triple rear camera setup comprising a 12MP main sensor, 8MP telephoto lens, and a 5MP sensor to capture depth details. The main camera offers photography features such as HDR, panorama, portrait mode, and supports 1080p video recording at 30fps. Up front, the handset sports an 8MP selfie shooter.
Under the hood
The HTC Wildfire X is powered by a Mediatek Helio P22 octa-core processor, paired with upto 4GB RAM and upto 128GB internal storage. The handset runs on Android Pie and packs a 3,300mAh battery that offers 10W fast-charging support. Further, it offers all the latest connectivity options such as dual-SIMs (Nano), VoLTE, dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB Type-C port, and a headphone jack.
Lastly, what is 'MyBuddy' feature?
The HTC Wildfire X comes with an additional safety feature called 'MyBuddy' wherein users can pull out the device from the shell and send live location as well as audio/video of the surroundings in real-time.