HTC Wildfire S Review
The HTC Wildfire S is considered to be an update of HTC Wildfire. It has a newer processor, a faster Bluetooth specification, and a screen with double the resolution. The HTC Wildfire S inexpensive Android device, yet still runs on 2.3 (Gingerbread). Despite the accelerated pace of Android development, that version is still pretty usable. The Wildfire S has 3.2-inch screen with 320 by 480 pixel resolution. It’s only 4-inches tall, 2.5-inches wide, less than half an inch thick and 3.7 ounces, making it nice and compact for those who prefer small phones that fit more subtly in the pocket. HTC's Wildfire S is a small phone that handles well and with variety of available colors. It’s a smartphone that can easily attracted by ladies and young’s. Surfing the web is very easy. The pre-installed apps cover a wide-range of topic and there are worth apps to play with Wildfire S. Just as with the Desire S, the Wildfire S has different option for text entry. But I suspect people mostly use the QWERTY and it works well. On all HTC handsets, Social Networking is well covered. It brings three social networking together at once. Twitter, Facebook and Flickr are supported so anytime there’s an update from your friends, you can see it on one list. The Wildfire S has 5MP average performance camera. The pictures are not quite as good as you want it to be. Shutter speeds were slow. On the plus side, HTC added some filters and effects to make the camera pictures more fun. The battery used in the HTC Wildfire S is a standard 1230 mAh Li-Ion with 4hours talk time and 120 hours for standby time.
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