HTC Wildfire X Goes on Sale in India Today Via Flipkart, Rs 1000 Discount Offered on Prepaid Orders


It’s just been a few days since HTC made its comeback into India and launched the HTC Wildfire X in the country. While HTC, as a brand, has come back to India, what is important to note here is that the HTC Wildfire X that was launched here is actually manufactured by a Chinese company called InOne Smart Technology for HTC. The arrangement here is similar to what HMD Global has with Nokia. Anyway, at the time of its launch, HTC had announced that the sales of the Wildfire X would commence starting August 22, 2019, via Flipkart. Well, today is the day, and the Wildfire X is now available for purchase. Let us now take a closer look at the specifications and pricing details of this phone. 

HTC Wildfire X Price in India, Launch Offers 

The HTC Wildfire is sold in two versions here in India. At the lower end of the price spectrum is the base 3GB RAM version with 32GB of storage. This variant will set you back by INR 10,999. At the other end, we have the 4GB RAM version that gets 128GB of internal storage. This one will make your wallets lighter by INR 13,999. Both these versions also get an additional INR 1,000 price cut as an initial launch offer which makes the effective price INR 9,999 and INR 12,999 for both these variants. The handset, as of now, is only available via Flipkart. There is no word if the handset would eventually make it to offline markets. 

Let us now take a quick look at the spec-sheet of the HTC Wildfire X. 

HTC Wildfire X Specifications, Features 

The HTC Wildfire X boasts of a fairly large 6.2-inch IPS LCD display with HD+ resolution. The pane also gets a V-Shaped notch at the top where the front-facing camera is housed. There is no word of any sort of display protection technology being used on the Wildfire X. Powering the HTC Wildfire X is the MediaTek Helio P22 SoC that packs eight Cortex-A53 cores and the PowerVR GE8320 GPU for graphics. The handset also runs Android 9 Pie OS. What we do not know at this point is whether the handset runs HTC’s good old Sense UI or a stock version of Android. The HTC Wildfire X gets a 3,300mAh battery and comes with a 10W charger in the box. The device supports 4G VoLTE networks and is also dual-SIM capable.   

Moving on to the camera, the HTC Wildfire X gets a triple camera setup at the rear. The primary camera captures 12MP shorts while the secondary 8MP sensor is mated to an ultrawide angle lens. The third and last rear camera is a 5MP depth sensor. At the front, there is a single 8MP fixed focus camera for selfies and video calling.