Although the smartphones' flagship has almost ended, the release of cell phones for HTC is still ongoing. Four of the upcoming phones leaked on the Russian website Rozetked and it looks like HTC plans to revive the Wildfire brand, which has been shut down for eight years since the release of the HTC Wildfire S in 2011 By comparison, this year, HTC accounted for 10.7 percent of the global smartphone market, compared to just 0.05 percent.
Although the eight-year-old Wildfire S, with a 3.2-inch screen and 512 MB of RAM, has been severely battered, the leaked cell phones are hardly indicative of a return to HTC's glory days. Four of the handsets of the lineup have leaked. wildfire, wildfire E, wildfire E Plus and wildfire E1
Although this information is by no means official, Rozetked has proven to be a reliable source of leaks in the past. Last year, both the Pixel 3 XL and the pixels underwent 3A months before Google's official announcements.
Along with these four devices, GSMArena states that HTC has also registered the names Wildfire E2 and E2 Plus. Wildfire E3 and E3 Plus, as well as Wildfire R and R Plus from the Eurasian Economic Commission, suggest that the revival of the Wildfire brand does not just encompass these four devices.