HTC Wildfire S official

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The HTC Wildfire S has made its official debut, the updated version of HTC’s entry-level Android smartphone. Now running Android 2.4 Gingerbread, the Wildfire S loses some of its predecessor’s bulk – as well as the optical trackpad – but gains a new, HVGA display that should boost compatibility with apps in the Android Market.

Otherwise the spec sheet looks much in line with the original Wildfire; HTC is describing the Wildfire S as an “evolutionary” update, in no small part to maintain the smartphone’s low entry price. That means no front-facing camera or NFC, either, though HTC Sense is still present. The CPU is a 600MHz Qualcomm single-core, paired with 512MB of RAM and ROM, though you do get WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0. The rear camera is a 5-megapixel unit with auto-focus and flash.
Pricing and availability are yet to be confirmed, though HTC says to expect the Wildfire S in late Q2 2011. We’ve already had Vodafone UK confirmation that the carrier will be ranging the smartphone.

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  1. Anonymous10:15

    whats its price..?