Anonymous, 17 Feb 2011No Radio! That's a serious downgrade!It has radio,watch the youtube presentations.
Poor HVGA screen, does not matter if it costs 50$ more unless it has minimum 3.7 800x480 screen (wvga).!!!
Wildfire S is just in one word - AMAZING. I was thinking about buying a Wildfire but now when I saw the Wildfire S, I decided to wait... I hope not so long...
Incredible S has a S-LCD screen.
Desire S has a S-LCD screen.
Wildfire is not listed as having one. Why is it called the Wildfire S then? or does the S stand for Sense 3.0?
NEGATIVES compared to the original wildfire
Down to 256K colors.
NO Optical trackpad.
I have no idea what they were thinking about the 1230mAh battery capacity.
I think the original wildfire still looks better.
Amazing phone! Much better then first Wildfire. I love it so much. Please don´t get it so high prize...
Disappointing! Wildfire original was launched with low resolution, without flash this was a good time for HTC to fightback Samsung & Motorola. I do welcome the higher resolution but thumbs down for 600Mhz processor. They should have now opted for 800 Mhz. They may would have managed to pull Samsung Galaxy Ace, Motorola Defy customers.
quite a disappointment. Not that different from the original Wildfire. The changes are minimum.
This HTC WILDFIRE S is amazing and also other S series, i can't wait for it to be sell in our country.
It looks a lot better than its precessor, specifications also look great in comparison to its competitors. 10 on 10 for its looks, but a competitive pricing would make the package attractive.
LG p500 optimus one is better than that
battery, Li-Ion 1230 mAh
what a joke!!!!!!
It is confirmed from other sites that this phone will have Secondary Camera support and The Wildfire S is likely to be one of the first lower-cost Gingerbread-running Android phones.
again downgrade from htc
1:no amoled desplay
2:no optical trackpad
Your suorce is ambiguous. Line up in the same article they say it will have 600 MHz prozesor and in the table above - 1 Ghz. Wonder, do they believe in themselfs?