HTC is expected to launch a new phone, the HTC Wildfire E2, in the near future, citingmedia reports. Today the machine appears in the Google Play Console list, and key specifications and features have been exposed. From the outside, the HTC Wildfire E2 is positioned as a starter market, with the Android 10 system factory in the factory. The machine is equipped with 4GB of memory, an octa-core MediaTek Helio P22 processor (four ARM Cortex A53 cores with a clock frequency of 1800MHz, four ARM Cortex A53 cores and a clock frequency of 1500MHz).
The machine will be equipped with a resolution of 720 x 1520 screen, the body forehead has a water drop shape notch, the chin part of the border is thicker. On the right side of the body is the volume increase button, and the SIM card tray is located on the left side of the body. Given the start-up positioning of the HTC Wildfire E2, we can expect it to come with a physical post-fingerprint scanner with a 3.5mm headphone jack at the bottom.
It is reported that the phone is not HTC responsible for production. According to XDA-Developer, the company has licensed the Wildfire brand to invision Smart Technology, the Chinese mainland maker, which is known for selling Lava-branded smartphones in India.
According to the data, Wildfire, formerly htc’s entry series, has been canceled since 2012 due to a strategic adjustment.