Tuesday, May 10, 2011

LG Optimus one P500 vs HTC Wildfire

As android operating system is gaining momentum in the mobile industry throughout the world, companies are on the run to release more Android supported phones within short span of time. In 2010 various phones entered the market with scads of competitive specifications and features. LG and HTC launched their new models named as LG Optimus one P500 and HTC Wildfire. Both these Android supported phones have exclusive touch sensing capabilities

LG Optimus One P500 and HTC Wildfire were both announced and released in the year 2010. Both this phones have full touch capabilities with TFT capacitive touch screens. Optimus One P500 have a screen resolution of 320 X 480 pixels with facilities like accelerometer sensor for UI auto rotate and Proximity sensor for auto turnoff. In contrast HTC Wildfire supports a less screen resolution of 240 X 320 pixels but with added features like touch-sensitive controls, optical trackpad, turn-to-mute and lift-to-dim-out a call. Both the phones can support 2G as well as 3G networks but differ a bit in their physical size. HTC Wildfire has a dimension of 106.8x60.4x12mm with a weight of 118 gms whereas LG Optimus have a dimension of 113.5x59x13.3mm with a slight increase in size accounting to 129gm.


Wildfire has an Android supported operating system of version 2.1(Eclair) which can be upgraded to version 2.2(Froyo) with a 528MHz ARM 11 processor having an inbuilt memory of 384MB extendable upto 32 GB. In this field LG has gone past HTC with its phone supporting a higher version 2.2 (Froyo) Android OS which can be upgraded to version 2.3(Gingerbread). With a 600MHz ARM 11 processor, it has an inbuilt memory of 170MB extendable up to 32 GB. HTC on the other hand have provided a better camera facility in its phone which is far from reach by LG. HTC Wildfire hosts a 5MP camera with autofocus, geo-tagging and LED Flash as its features but LG Optimus has a 3.15MP camera with extra feature of face and smile detection with a demerit of no video call support. Comparing the connectivity supported by the phones, both of them have equal features like GPRS class 10, EDGE (Class 10), 3G with speed of 7.2MBps, Wi-Fi-802.11 b/g, Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP and microUSB v2.0.


HTC Wildfire and LG Optimus One P500 are both next generation phones with excellent features to support. Both of them have good battery back-up with extended mode of service. As a result these two phones have received a lot of good reviews from its users. Though both phones have some or the other differences in them, but altogether they are on the same platform with a choice between these two a very difficult task. Ultimately they are enroute to an impending competition in the recent future with buying any one of them is worth your pay.

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