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The original HTC Wildfire was one of the best loved handsets in the Android family. The Wildfire S improves on its predecessor with a refined design and a feature set that’s surely to please smartfans everywhere.
At the heart of this excellent handset is a 3.2-inch touchscreen with a 320 x 480 resolution that’s just big enough to enjoy a movie on the go and small enough to maintain the kit’s compact form factor - it measures just 101.3mm x 59.4mm x 12.4mm in height, width and depth respectively, and weighs no more than 3.7 ounces.
Just as impressive is the five-megapixel snapper with autofocus and LED flash which you can rely on to capture those unmissable moments just as you remember them. And to keep everything running super smoothly, there's a 600MHz processor which combines with the latest Gingerbread version of Android for a super slick smartphone experience.
Social networking is another one of Wildfire’s key selling points. HTC has integrated its own bespoke UI, Sense, which offers up to seven home screens for you to customise with widgets, shortcuts, and fun little distractions. You’ll also find of some of Google’s best apps already installed, such as Google Maps and YouTube, plus a push e-mail app that unifies all your email accounts in one place.
If you’re in the market for an Android or even just a new smartphone, you’ll not be disappointed by the Wildfire S.