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HTC Releases The New Version Of The Wildfire - The Impressive HTC Wildfire S

HTC has been going from strength to strength in recent years, with some of the most innovative and indeed best selling smartphones on the market. Since they teamed up with Google’s Android software, sales have exploded. The HTC Wildfire is one of their more popular models.

By: chris westley
Category: Technology
Posted: Apr 28, 2011
Updated: Apr 28, 2011
Views: 145


HTC has been going from strength to strength in recent years, with some of the most innovative and indeed best selling smartphones on the market. Since they teamed up with Google’s Android software, sales have exploded. The HTC Wildfire is one of their more popular models.

This was essentially an entry level Android smartphone, but still contained a spec list which would be the envy of many more expensive smartphones. Since the success of the Wildfire, there have been several innovations in smartphone technology; improved internet browsing, updated Android operating systems, improved screen resolutions and higher resolution cameras. The HTC Wildfire S is geared to taking advantage of this technology whilst sticking to the winning formula that the manufacturer came up with in the original HTC Wildfire.

The HTC Wildfire is one that is very affordable and offers decent features to users. While it may not be the most high-tech phone on the market, users will enjoy all of the features that they are given access to. The basic specs of the HTC Wildfire are slightly different from the newer HTC Wildfire S. On the HTC Wildfire, the screen size is 3.2 inches and has a resolution of 240 by 320 pixels. The HTC Wildfire S has the same screen size and has a screen resolution of 3220 by 480 pixels. Each one of the phones has a reasonable resolution, and both phones will be good enough for watching high-definition videos on.

Some of the other minor changes between the two phones are the processor speeds, memory and battery life. For the HTC Wildfire, users will have a 528 MHz processor with 384 MB of RAM, and a battery life of 490 minutes of talk time. The HTC Wildfire S has a 600 MHz processor with 512 MB of RAM, and 350 minutes of talk time. The small changes to the overall functionality of the phone will make the Wildfire S more capable of handling larger tasks, such as loading HD content.

Aside from the differences, both handsets come with the renowned HTC Sense user interface. This allows users to create multiple homescreens which are highly customisable. The User interface adds somewhat of a second dimension to the experience of the phone. The added compatibility for widgets is a great feature that allows users to enjoy the full experience of the phone. Overall, both phones are great, but the HTC Wildfire S has a more up to date spec list.

Check out the best HTC Wildfire S deals:
http://www.phoneslimited.co.uk/HTC/Wildfire+S.html
and HTC Wildfire deals:
http://www.phoneslimited.co.uk/HTC/Wildfire.html

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