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Check out the full Slash Gear review after the cut.

It’s hard to argue with the specifications, certainly.

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HTC Sense continues to be the company’s differentiator from other Android devices, and the Wildfire shares the usual straightforward start-up process and general ease of use.

The sort of entry-level owners tempted in by the Wildfire’s affordability shouldn’t have any great trouble following the initial setup wizard, which walks through adding in (or creating) your Google account, inputing Facebook, Twitter and email settings, and then drops handy tips about how to use the seven homescreen panes.

Browsing through homescreen panes or flipping between apps is generally lag-free, and the smartphone only began to suffer when we tried some of the more demanding games from the Android Market.

If you’ve stepped to the Wildfire from the Desire, you’ll notice a lack of immediacy, but in general it wasn’t too frustrating.

The HTC Wildfire is the company’s second attempt at a budget Android device, its predecessor being the underspecified and relatively unloved Tattoo.

Packing the same Sense UI as more expensive siblings like the Legend and Desire, together with a 5-megapixel camera and a multitouch-capable display, does the Wildfire manage to be both affordable and feature-rich?

Friend Stream, as we’ve seen on the Desire, EVO 4G and other HTC devices, pulls in all recent Twitter and Facebook updates from your contacts, which the Wildfire automatically goes through and pairs up from each network.

Any overlooked or mistakenly connected individuals can be quickly linked up or separated.

Our biggest problem with the Wildfire is the resolution of its display.

While at 3.2-inches it’s the same size as the HTC Legend’s panel, that handset uses an HVGA display; in contrast, the Wildfire’s QVGA is significantly shorter on pixels, and the end result is significantly blocky text.

Of course, the flip side of Sense – or indeed any third-party customization to an Android device – is that it can significantly delay firmware updates to the latest version of the OS.

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