Monday , December 17 2018 Ausdroid » News » HTC Wildfire for Telstra rumours confirmed?

UPDATE: The site has been locked down, funny timing hey? We still got our screenshot, Telstra. 😉

I received a tip off from one of our readers this morning, of a website he stumbled up on after tracking down what website they use to view the recipes on MasterChef using the T-Boxes (I kid you not). Now on this website, it also has a device testing area with different images to view and a whole heap of timers, ra ra ra.

Hit the break to see the screenshot.

But the bit I found really interesting:

“HTC Buzz A3335” That model number is no where to be seen on any other device, so it’s specifically made for Telstra, obviously for the 850/2100MHz bands and custom backplate showing ‘NextG’ maybe.

It also has “Sony Ericsson U20a” which is the X10 Mini Pro that was confirmed not an hour ago.

I don’t want to give out the website URL as I don’t want Telstra to find out we have it and possibly remove it, it’s a top source we can use in the future.

Source: Telstra.

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nobodyatwp
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hope someone brings out the aria, looks a lot faster

nobodyatwp
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scratch that i just found this article..

http://compare.setooz.com/compare/HTC+Wildfire/HTC+Aria

nobodyatwp
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Is the wildfire the same as the aria?

Julian Hutchison
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the Wildfire is an entry-level Android handset, lower specs than the Aria in general, whereas the Aria is of mid-range quality, not recommended for real power users unlike the HTC Desire/HD2 etc.

I’d personally get this for a backup Android handset due to this, but otherwise, a decent handset for a casual user.

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Hope they price it at 10$ per month for free, I can imagine it being a hit with teens

atlugar
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Telstra – Introducing the new HTC Buzz. This phone is root enabled and ready for any rom you want to try on it.

EthanBezz
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there is no doubt in my mind, they are making you a phone buzz.

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