HTC Wildfire to hit T-Mobile UK on June 14. Nokia C5 coming this month

Although Virgin Mobile was the first to announce it’s bringing the HTC Wildfire to the UK, it looks like the first UK carrier to actually launch the smartphone will be T-Mobile.The Wildfire is now featured on T-Mobile UK’s website, in the coming soon section, and the carrier says on Twitterthat customers will be able to buy the handset starting June 14. Last time I checked, June was in the second quarter of the year, so this might be a mistake, since HTC officially saidthe Wildfire (which runs Android 2.1) would only be out in the third quarter.T-Mobile UK didn’t disclose the price of the HTC Wildfire, but “free on select plans” sounds like a safe guess. Android aside, T-Mobile UK is also getting ready to launchthe Symbian-based Nokia C5, which should be available this month (May), coming with free navigation and a 3.2MP camera.Via EuroDroid imagebutton.gif?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.unwiredview.com%2F2010%2F05%2F18%2Fhtc-wildfire-to-hit-t-mobile-uk-on-june-14-nokia-c5-coming-this-month%2F&source=unwiredtweets&style=normal&service=bit.lySimilar Posts: UnwiredView?d=yIl2AUoC8zA UnwiredView?d=dnMXMwOfBR0 UnwiredView?i=A7hTFogITBk:lKTrS0VSw1M:JEwB19i1-c4 UnwiredView?i=A7hTFogITBk:lKTrS0VSw1M:wF9xT3WuBAs UnwiredView?d=7Q72WNTAKBA UnwiredView?i=A7hTFogITBk:lKTrS0VSw1M:V_sGLiPBpWU UnwiredView?d=ByNYXvuKCJE UnwiredView?d=ACf-c_HutVcA7hTFogITBk http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/UnwiredView/~3/A7hTFogITBk/Follow Mobi Insider on Twitter www.Twitter.com/mobiinsider

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