does this phone have a front facing camera?
I saw images in a few websites which have a front facing camera.
When i opened the htc website,they didnt mention about a secondary camera.
In htc salsa specs they did mention it has a secondary camera.
So,may be the final version of this phone may lack a front facing cam...time tells.i've kept my fingers crossed
Anonymous, 02 May 2011No idea! Get idea!!!LOL what an idea sirjee !!
Looks v.good. Some design changes/beautification compared to current wildfire model,they removed that joystick kind of button and gave single solid color on back side. Even screen pixel also increased(320×480 pixels). It has not yet arrived in shops in India.
Tomorrow I was supposed to buy current wildfire model. Now totally confused after seeing this 1. LOL.
pintoo, 28 Apr 2011any idea when this phone might be available in Indian market?No idea!
in replay to questions about FF-camera on HTC Wildfire S:
As is seemingly obligatory on any new handset these days, there’s a front-facing camera to facilitate all those video calls you’ll be making on Android 2.3.
What is HTC doing? What about the normal HTC Wildfire A3333. Why don't they do something about there operating system of the older Wildfire modal A3333.The people who have the HTC Wildfire A3333 the old modal are now in loss as HTC is not going to do any changes in the older HTC Wildfire modal.
Does this phone has front camera for video calling. GSM Arena says it has, But I haven't found it on official HTC website.
Please help me :
Is 600Mhz on Andriod v2.3 enough ??
Is 1230 mAh will run a day ??
Is Samsung Ace better Option??
The specs clearly mention that it has a "document viewer"
I wud like some1 to confirm this, so this means wecannot edit documents while viewing them on th phone if that needs to be done before fwding them etc?
Also can some1 chalk out the major differences between the Wildfire S and the E-72
no gpu and no trackball,so it has almost same feature of lg optimus one except for camera so not so great phone...
I own the previous wildfire and there is a lag in almost all the applications. The first wildfire has 528 mhz processor and the wildfire s has 600 mhz processor, so i dont think it will be much of a difference in the overall speed of the phone. In order to enjoy all the games and applications on the expanding andriod market i think a phone should have a minimum of 800 mhz processor. I strongly suggest that one goes for a better phone than buy this one alothough it may be cheaper.
could anybody tell ... is there really a secondary camera enabling video calls on this device?