I've had great fun with my Wildfire S. Not least because it works well and is small enough to fit inside your pocket. Battery power does go down, so application selection is a factor. For a larger format screen and easier interface with larger keyboard, the HTC One V is a good bet.
tharun, 18 Aug 2012to all my frnds who read this......plz dont buy this phone..i bought it and now ni am sufferin... moreFor all having battery problems install Juice defender from Android mkt and stop all non using running applications,Close 3G, wifi if not using them.
Very disappointed in my wildfire, the battery has been replaced with no better results. I'm charging it twice a day and the battery is going flat without the phone even being used! The telstra shop tell me its because it has a bright screen and also I have apps and the alarm set. I'm taking it back today and asking for a credit to get bsomething else as this phone is too unreliable
hazel, 17 Aug 2012My friend wants me to exchange his wildfire s with my galaxy ace 5830I i want you to tell me.... moreYes. The wildfire s boasts better ppi and wi-fi connectivity (faster than some pc's in downloading). The brand new 2.3.5 update also improves performance and UI
Kingz, 07 Aug 2012Guys pleaase ... suggest me which is better HTC Wildfire S or HTC Desire....????desire s and desire c are much better than wild fire...if u are low on cash,go for desire c,otherwise i'd suggest desire s :)
to all my frnds who read this......plz dont buy this phone..i bought it and now ni am suffering...battery doesnt last for even 4hrs........my phone always keeps charging........dont buy....
I bought this phone, going for all the 'stuff' bells and whistles and the advertised mind-bending time the battery lasts (on standby) and talk etc.
What a load of lies - it winds down in less than 12 hours. USELESSS. For that alone I would say to potential buyers DO NOT BUY THIS PHONE.
wen i use internet on my fone........then noone able to call me it always say fone is out of reach.......is there any setting in phone by which i can hv indication wen smone call me during internet surfing.
How do I access the SD card to store/download as this phone only has 150 MB compared to the 512Mb it claims to have. I'm constantly told I'm low on memory...
Battry suckker! I charge three times in a day. Charge addopter is not supporting phone since i bought it.
Bad sarvice centre, now they r promising me to exchange it in 15- 20 days. let's see...
My friend wants me to exchange his wildfire s with my galaxy ace 5830I
i want you to tell me.should i go for this or not ?
Waiting for the reply
I have owned / used a wildfire S for 6 months now and it has been an OK phone, However as this phone cannot be rooted it is next to useless to own and if you are a telstra australia customer with the telstra ROM you are being spied on by the telstra one APP that cannot be stopped or removed, this one thing makes this a phone I would never recommend to anyone, when it can be rooted and the telstra crapware can be removed this low end phone will have some potential.
overall I give it a 2 out of ten
how can i unistall some applications that are ever running and chargin extra fee. thanku
its battery iz not gud and we caunt remove the widget like other phone
Problem in this mobile phone :-
1. Hanging problem
2. Restart problem
3. Memory law (150 MB internal memory)
4. Only some Apps you can move to the SD Card