May 18th, 2010 publishUpdated   Jun 22nd, 2010, 4:04 pm

The product page for the upcoming HTC Wildfire is now live, giving us a complete overview of what we can expect from this entry-level handset that sort of looks like a baby Desire or Nexus One. You’ll get all the bells and whistles of HTC Sense (a UI that has grown on me as it has been improved) including “next-generation” called ID, the ability to recommend apps from phone to phone, and all of the social-networking integration you could want. Check out the official promo video:

Perhaps the most interesting thing on the page is the description under the “Much better browsing” header (bolded for emphasis):

The HTC Wildfire comes with full Flash support for online video, pinch-to-zoom page resizing, and auto rotation from portrait to landscape.

Now we’ve seen a few manufacturer’s play the semantics game with the terms “full Flash,” so I’ll believe it when I see definitive evidence of this being the case. Either way the Wildfire looks like a great replacement for some of HTC aging lower-end line of smartphones. Head over to the product page for all the specs and info.

[Thanks to Carl for the heads up!]

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