HTC used to be one of the mass Smartphone manufacturers in the world. The company used to make smartphones and many other Electronic gadgets. Once the company had provided a wide range of choices to customers and almost every smartphone they had released has received many positive reviews. Due to some issues, the company couldn’t stay in the smartphone competition, and they are gone good. But the company is giving its best to stay back in the markets and during this process, the company has released a few devices and more are on their way to hit markets. Amongst those devices, one is the HTC Wildfire E Lite which has appeared on the internet a few weeks back and now images of the device have surfaced online making the device real.
Let us talk about some of the claims and few official specifications of the HTC Wildfire E Lite.
Info about HTC Wildfire E Lite
The display of the device comes with the old-school design with a massive head and chin bezels. There is no info about the display size, but the display is an LCD panel with a resolution of 720×1440 and an aspect ratio of 18:9.
The specifications of the device have appeared online due to the Google Play Console listings. Talking about the chipset of the device, it comes with a low-end MediaTek’s Helio A20 coupled with PowerVR GE8300 GPU. The device comes with 2GB of RAM and might come with two memory storage options featuring 16GB and 32GB variants.
When it comes to the camera setup, the device features three camera units with two on the back and one on the front. The rear camera setup of the device features 13+2 MP camera units. The 13MP camera unit is the main shooter and the 2MP camera unit might be a depth sensor. The device features a physical rear-mounted fingerprint sensor and there is no info about the other specifications, they might surface online in the upcoming days.
The above-mentioned specifications and information about the device are mostly accurate as they are from trusted sources. But we need to wait for the company’s response for complete specifications, price tags, and availability.