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PUBLISHED ON February 2011

HTC Wildfire S

ALSO KNOWN AS
This phone is not compatible with any US GSM operator.

    Construction
    Dimension101.3x59.4x12.4mm (3.99x2.34x0.49")
    Weight105gr (3.7oz)
    Form FactorCandy Bar
    Material
    Colors
    Usability
    Display Resolution320x480px
    Display Size46x68mm (1.81x2.68") ~180PPI
    Display Diagonal3.2"
    Display Type256K TFT
    Secondary Display Resolution
    InputCapacitive Touchscreen
    Talk Time7 hours, 10 minutes - 2G
    5 hours, 50 minutes - 3G
    Standby Time15 days - 2G
    23 days, 18 hours - 3G
    OSAndroid OS, v2.3 upgradable to v2.3.5
    JavaAvailable
    VibrationAvailable
    RingtonePolyphonic
    Hardware
    ChipsetQualcomm MSM7227 Snapdragon S1
    Processor600MHz ARM11
    GPUAdreno 200
    Ram512MB
    Internal Memory512MB
    External MemorymicroSD
    Camera Resolution5 Megapixel
    Camera FlashLED
    Camera Lens
    Optical Zoom
    Front Camera
    Front Camera Flash
    Other FunctionalitiesDigital Compass
    Accelerometer
    Gesture Control
    Light Sensor
    Proximity Sensor
    SpeakerMono
    Battery Capacity1230mAh
    Battery Type
    Connectivity
    WIMAX
    WiFiWi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
    UPnP
    NFC
    USBv2.0
    Bluetoothv3.0
    Positioning SystemIntegrated GPS
    TV Receiver
    TV Out
    Audio Output3.5mm Jack
    RadioFM
    RDS
    Ethernet
    Infrared
    Cellular Network
    Network CompatibilityGSM 1800, 1900, 850, 900
    UMTS 900, 2100
    HSPA 900, 2100
    SIM CardsMini
    PTT
    HSCSD
    GPRSClass 12
    EDGEClass 12
    AMPS
    CDMA2000 1xEV-DO
    US Operators
    AT&T
    GSM 1900 / GSM 850
    T-Mobile US
    GSM 1900
    Verizon
    Sprint Nextel
    VARIOUS
    Price Range

    World Compatibility

    worldwide compatibility
    N/A
    2G
    3G
    3.5G
    4G

    REVIEWS

    73 out of 100
    CNET
    Its small size won't please everyone, but the HTC Wildfire S is a decent, entry-level Android smartphone for a very affordable price. read more
    60 out of 100
    TechRadar
    HTC's latest Android phone is nice and small, but does it offer too little? read more
    N/A out of 100
    mobile-review
    N/A out of 100
    GSMArena
    Mini phones are hot and HTC dont want you take Sony Ericssons word on that. What started as a small niche is now a segment that keeps growing and one that no manufacturer can afford to ignore. Sony Ericsson have just announced their... read more

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