HTC Wildfire E2 Play official: focus on photography and privacy

htc wildfire e2 play official: focus on photography and privacy
htc wildfire e2 play official: focus on photography and privacy


HTC Wildfire E2 Play makes its official debut on the market: we start from Africa, at the moment there is no information available regarding a possible marketing also in Europe. This is the second smartphone launched by the Taiwanese manufacturer in the space of a few days: in fact, last week the announcement of Wildfire E3 Lite, an economic device equipped with a dual rear camera and a 6.5-inch display.

On Wildfire E2 Play the screen is slightly wider having a diagonal of 6.82 inches but keeps the same HD+ resolution. Interesting function Anti Peep which allows you to reduce the visibility of the display for privacy reasons with a simple touch on the side key. There are four rear cameras: to the main one from 48MP the 5MP ultra wide angle, the 2MP macro and the 2MP depth sensor are added. The front cam from 8MP it is integrated in a drip notch.

The smartphone supports 4G networks, it is based on Android 12 and under the body houses a processor Spreadtrum T606 octa-core with two A75 cores and 6 A55 cores at 1.6GHz. The battery is from 4,600mAh.


  • display: 6.82″ HD+ INCELL, 1,500:1 contrast, 450nit brightness
  • processor: Spreadtrum T606 octa-core, 2x A75 + 6x A55 @ 1.6GHz
  • memory:
    • 8GB of RAM
    • 128GB internal expandable up to 256GB
  • fingerprint sensor: rear
  • connectivity: 4G LTE dual SIM, WiFi 5, Bluetooth 5, USB-C, 3.5mm jack, GPS
  • safety: Anti-Peep for display dimming
  • cameras:
    • front: 8MP, f/2.2, FF, AI Face unlock
    • rear:
      • Main 48MP, f/2.2
      • 5MP ultra wide angle
      • 2MP macros
      • 2MP depth
      • Flash LEDs
      • video recording up to FHD
  • drums: 4,600mAh
  • dimensions and weight: 174.2×78.6×9.3mm for 210g
  • colors: Black, Blue

Pricing and availability will be announced shortly.

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