Posts tagged with: Wildfire S

[Full Wildfire S Review] Successor to the original HTC Wildfire, the Wildfire S was released in July 2011. It is powered by Google Android 2.3.3 with HTC Sense UI 2.1. Inside is a 600MHz Qualcomm MSM7227T processor with 512MB of RAM and ROM. Its 3.2-inch color transflective TFT display has a 320 x 480 WVGA resolution. The Wildfire S sports a five-megapixel camera with LED flash on back. Read on for the latest Wildfire S news, reviews and videos:

  • by | February 15, 2011 9:33 AM

    The new HTC Wildfire S is a refresh of the original Wildfire. It has the same 3.2" HVGA 480x320 display, and packs a 600MHz CPU with 512MB of RAM and ROM. After spending some time with the device, we think it's just your typical, low-end, budget Android smartphone from HTC. Apart from the fact that we've spotted the device in an early HTC ad, there's nothing realy huge to it, especially if we talk about the 600MHz processor. Even so, it seems to operate rather well, fluid experience, good build quality and there will be several colors available so everyone might find the one appealing to ...

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  • by | February 15, 2011 7:30 AM

    Ever since HTC launched its "You" campaign, we've been a big fan of the marketing message that HTC designs their phones around people. Their commercials are often sentimental, arousing emotions that undoubtedly draw people closer to the HTC brand. This latest commercial, posted today, doesn't promote any specific device, but the concept of people-centric phones. If you go to the five second mark, you'll see HTC showing a phone we've never seen before. It looks similar to the Saga, but lacks the front-facing camera, plus the display looks smaller. Also of note is that the Google search bar ...

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  • by | February 15, 2011 7:29 AM

    After giving you an early look at what we thought would be the Wildfire 2, the "Wildfire S" made its debut today at Mobile World Congress. As thought, the new Wildfire is a midrange (perhaps low-end comparably) Android phone with a single core Qualcomm 600MHz CPU matted to 512MB of RAM and ROM. The display is unchanged at 3.2" and HVGA 480x320 resolution. The camera on the rear can take photos at 5MP but can't record in HD resolution for video. It's running an updated version of Sense UI which brings minor changes to the experience. They've made it pretty easy to tag and share photos ...

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  • by | February 15, 2011 7:29 AM

    Expansys has now published expected release dates for three anticipated handset sequels, the Samsung Galaxy S 2 (which it misidentifies as the i9100), HTC Desire 2, and HTC Wildfire 2 (codename: Marvel), after pushing its Desire HD2 page live earlier today. We also learn that that the Galaxy S 2 (actually known as i9200) is coming in 16GB and 32GB capacities, and that the Desire 2 will be asking 440 pounds ($707) for an unlocked version in black. The Sony Ericsson Neo, a.k.a. Halon, makes an appearance as well, although no other details are revealed. Posted release dates are as follows: ...

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  • by | February 15, 2011 7:29 AM

    At HTC's press event tomorrow, the company is expected to take the wraps off of the second version of their midrange (and petite) Android handset, the Wildfire 2. What you're looking at here is the first press shots of the Wildfire 2, which will also sport an updated version of Android Sense, versions 3.0, just like the HTC Saga/Desire 2. In terms of specs, we're not totally sure what to expect, but given how HTC positions its devices, we'd say it will have a 3.2" 480x320 HVGA screen with a single core Qualcomm Snapdragon chip, either clocking in at 1Ghz or 800MHz with 512MB of RAM. It's ...

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  • by | February 15, 2011 7:28 AM

    Update: Expansys just pinged us with a statement claiming that "the alleged leaks of information are nothing more than speculatively populated product holding pages, created and designed for internal use only...we do not have full details of the specific products mentioned." However, the company is still "investigating how this information has entered the public domain." With so many inconsistencies in the published specs (Qualcomm processor in a Samsung device, only 512MB of RAM across the board, questionable CPU/GPU pairings), there's a pretty good chance that the etailer is on the level ...

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