After several months of hiatus, Taiwanese tech company HTC is finally back with the launch of a new entry-level smartphone known as the HTC Wildfire E2 Plus in the Russian market where the phone is priced at 12,990 RUB (US$176).
Starting with the front side of the phone, the new HTC Wildfire E2 Plus features a 6.82” IPS LCD display that comes with a HD+ screen resolution and a standard 60Hz refresh rate. On top of that, it also has an 8 megapixels front-facing camera that’s housed within a waterdrop-notch upfront.
At the back, it features a rectangular camera bump which houses a quad-camera array lead by a 13 megapixels main camera along with a 5 megapixels ultra-wide unit as well as a pair of 2 megapixels cameras for macro and depth information.
Moving on, the HTC Wildfire E2 Plus is backed by an octa-core UNISOC Tiger T610 chipset which will be assisted by 4GB RAM and 64GB built-in storage in the memory department. It’s storage capacity can also be further expanded via a microSD card.
To keep it’s lights on, the phone draws power from a 4,600mAh battery which doesn’t appears to support any form of fast-charging solution. Other than that, it also has a 3.5mm headphone jack, rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, and is shipped with Android 11 right off the box.