A new smartphone called the HTC Wildfire E2 has been spotted on the Google Play Console, revealing its key specifications and and image. The Wildfire E2 name was previously registered alongside the Wildfire E2 Plus with the Eurasian Economic Commission in June last year.
In October 2019, the Wildfire E2 and E2 Plus were spotted again on the Bluetooth SIG, but there has been no news on these devices since. The most recent HTC Wildfire device is the Wildfire R70, which was announced for India back in February. However, HTC didn’t reveal the pricing of the device at the time, and there hasn’t been any update from the brand regarding availability since.
HTC Wildfire 2 specifications and features
The HTC Wildfire 2 listing on the Google Play Console reveals that it has a 6.2-inch display. The screen features HD+ resolution of 720 x 1520 pixels and a pixel density 320ppi.
The Wildfire E2 is powered by the Helio P22 chipset, paired with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. The handset runs Android 10 and features a fingerprint scanner, which seems to be located on the rear panel. The other specifications of the phone are currently under wraps.
As for the design of the Wildfire E2, the image of the handset reveals that the screen has a waterdrop notch and a thick chin. The volume rocker and power button can be seen on the right edge of the device.
While we don’t have any news on a potential launch date of the HTC Wildfire E2, its listing on the Google Play Console indicates that it could go official soon.
HTC has been largely inactive in the smartphone market over the past few years, with the last launch from the brand being the Desire 20 Pro and U20 5G. The mid-range phones feature 48MP quad cameras, with the HTC U20 5G being powered by the Snapdragon 765G processor. Both these phones were launched in Taiwan, and appear to be exclusive to the brand’s home market for now.