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The HTC Wildfire S is a modish smartphone that improves upon its predecessor, the original Wildfire, with a redesigned aluminium chassis and enhanced specs and oodles of memory for all your apps, music, videos and photos.
Standout features include a 3.2-inch touchscreen with a 320 x 480 HVGA resolution for crisp, sharp visuals, a five-megapixel snapper with autofocus and LED flash that’s brilliant as a compact substitute and a 600MHz processor for seamless multitasking.
There’s also Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 3.0, plus a microSD memory card slot that’s expandable by up to 32GB for storing all your content. And all that is packed into a thin, pocket-friendly form factor that’s sure to appeal to any image-conscious smartfan.
The real fun, however, begins with Android, the operating system the operating system from Google that powers the Wildfire S, teaming an impressive web browsing experience with powerful multimedia capabilities which is sweetened further by the ever-improving Android Market that's home to hundreds of thousands of free and premium applications.
Then there’s HTC Sense, the bespoke user interface that adorns the the Wildfire S screen and serves as the hub of all the information, apps and content that matter to you, such as your social network updates, favourite contacts, weather and calendar events and much, much more.