HTC has launched the Wildfire S, refresh to the original Wildfire, with the occasion of this year’s MWC in Barcelona and the phone has since passed FCC en-route to AT&T as well as T-Mobileeven wearing the carrier logo.

It now appears that the mid-range Taiwanese phone has visited the Commission again, this time showing off its CDMA support. Taking into consideration that the leaked U.S. Cellular rebate form mentioned the Wildfire S, we wouldn’t be surprised to see the phone on the carrier soon, and who knows, maybe even on other network operators line-up too!

With its single core Qualcomm 600MHz processor, 512MB of RAM and ROM., 3.2-inch HVGA display, and five-megapixel camera, expect to see a great price for the phone, wherever it pops up.

Source: FCC

Via: Engadget

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