The feature list on the HTC Wildfire is impressive. Despite being a budget smartphone, it comes with a 5 MP camera with a maximum image capture resolution of 2592 x 1944 pixels. It also has autofocus and LED flash. The camera interface is very good and offers access to advanced customization options like White Balance, ISO, Exposure etc. The image capture quality is quite good and will easily handle casual shots. The video recording sucks though, it can record only CIF videos at 15 FPS.
The HTC Wildfire comes with good multimedia features. It has a nice image gallery which you can use to browse through your images. You can view the images as a grid of thumbnails, as a filmstrip and as a slideshow. You can also view your Facebook albums and your images on Flickr. You can use multitouch gestures to browse through the images and zoom into them. The gallery is quite fast.
It also comes with a video player which can play 3GP and MP4 files at low resolutions. The user interface is quite nice and you can view the videos in full screen. It also has the standard HTC music player which allows you to browse music by artists, songs, albums, playlists etc. It offers the basic play/pause and volume controls.
The sound quality is quite good for a budget phone, it can easily double up as an MP3 player. It also comes with an FM Radio with RDS.
The HTC Wildfire comes with a load of connectivity options. It offers GPRS, EDGE, 3G HSDPA and Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g connectivity. It also comes equipped with Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP and supports the microUSB 2.0 standard. It also comes with a GPS transceiver with A-GPS and Google Maps. The GPS reception is quite nice and gets a lock in around 2 mins. It has voice navigation and Street View too. When it comes to connectivity, the HTC Wildfire is as good as any other smartphone. It has the standard Android Webkit based browser which is very good.