By GabePeters | April 29, 2011 2:55 PM
We just saw HTC’s Wildfire S pass through the FCC certification process, this time with the added support for AT&T’s 3G and GSM frequencies, indicating the device may be headed to AT&T’s network soon. It has been available for pre-order from various European sources, but is not yet released.
Running a 600MHz CPU paired with 512MB RAM and Android Gingerbread, the device comes equipped to run the latest apps, but perhaps not the more processor-intensive ones. With a 3.2-inch HVGA 480×320 display and 512MB ROM, this smartphone fits squarely into the budget category. WCDMA 1900/850 and GSM 1900/850 support is provided, covering all of AT&T’s frequency range. The Wildfire S provides an excellent alternative to those who don’t require larger 4+ inch screens and the latest dual core CPU, able to run Gingerbread and Sense at the lower HVGA resolution smoothly.
Seen at the FCC under the code “PG76110″, the AT&T variant joins it’s siblings the “PG76100″ (European, with 2100/900WCDMA) and “PG76120″ (Canadian?) models.