HTC introduced the Wildfire E Star, a curious smartphone that looks like the Xiaomi 12 from the back. U23 Pro The company has competitive devices, such as A Snapdragon 7 of the first generation and a 120Hz OLED screen, the Wildfire E Star doesn’t. Instead, the Wildfire E Star is a budget premium with a relatively outdated chipset.
Specifically, HTC based the Wildfire E Star on the Unisoc SC9832E, a 28nm process chip with four ARM Cortex-A53 CPU cores clocked at 1.3GHz. HTC complements this little chipset with just 2GB of RAM, along with 16GB of expandable storage. According to HTC, the phone supports MicroSD cards of up to 256GB, which is necessary given the lack of onboard storage.
On top of that, the Wildfire E Star features a 6.5-inch LCD display that displays a resolution of 1600 x 720 pixels, and is assumed to be at 60Hz. Additionally, HTC pairs the device with a 3,000mAh battery that can be recharged at just 5W, though It contains a modern USB Type-C port. Elsewhere, HTC has included 8MP primary cameras, 0.08MP secondary cameras, and 5MP front-facing cameras. Somehow, the Wildfire E Star also weighs in at 200g, even with its largely plastic body. HTC has not yet revealed pricing or availability, but more details can be found at HTC Africa from HTC.
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