HTC, the famous Taiwanese company which was dead for sometime in the past, seems to be working on releasing a new smartphone in the wildfire series smartphones named the HTC Wildfire E Lite. As the name suggests, the phone is going to be an entry-level smartphone.
The company has recently announced the HTC Wildfire E2, also the entry-level smartphone, with a 6.21 inch water drop notch display and dual rear camera in Russia. On paper the Wildfire E2 received good features for an entry-level smartphone. The phone has been spotted on the Google Play Console listings today for some certifications (via: Mukul Sharma). The listings suggests some of the specifications of the Device.
The HTC Wildfire E Lite will be powered by a MediaTek Helio A20 (MT6761D) processor. The listings also reveal that the processor will have 4x ARM Cortex-A53 cores clocked at 1800Mhz, PowerVR GE8300 GPU and paired with a 2GB RAM. The processor is not so powerful, the company could have gone with a little better chipset on the device even though it is a complete entry-level smartphone. The chipset will be good for normal usage. It seems like the company is just focused to bring a basic and cheaper smartphone to the market.
Coming to the display, the screen has a 720×1440 resolution that has a screen density of 320 DPI and 18:9 aspect ratio. Such screen aspect ratio is not at all found these days in recently launched smartphones. The phone does not have any notch, it has the most regular and outdated top and bottom bezels.
HTC Wildfire E Lite will be running on Android 10 OS out of the box. The phone is expected to come with a single rear camera and a selfie camera with a built-in LED flash. We can also expect a fingerprint sensor on the rear and the phone to support 4G networks.
The real question is about the price they are going to put on the phone considering the basic features that can be a smartphone these days. These are the only specifications revealed from Google Play Console listings, we will be keeping you up-to-date on the new leaks and rumours the phone receives.