HTC Wildfire S review: S-size droid

18 May 2011
Mini phones are hot and HTC don’t want you take Sony Ericsson’s word on that. What started as a small niche is now a segment that keeps growing – and one that no manufacturer can afford to ignore. Sony Ericsson have just announced their...

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  • Anonymous

200 euro or 300$ on the market today, very expensive, look at the zte blade, you can find it for 70-80 euro and has bigger screen.(and it s the same quality: plastic!)

  • Anonymous

Now I like HTC devices, good builds, good UIs and they rarely fail to deliver. But this all boils down to this: it is an entry-level phone with a midrange price. If it were price slightly lower than the Galaxy Ace, I would definitely consider this.

  • Anonymous

Build quality is a huge advantage of HTC phones over most other Android makers..

  • Anonymous

600 wtf? shitandroid.

  • Anonymous

Good point.Where is the audio quality test? You forgot about it?

  • Anonymous

[deleted post]i think you're right. Poor camera and poor audio quality

  • Razvan

It does have aluminum on front and plastic on back. also has ambient sensor, note the 2 circles on the upper-right of the screen? (proximity+light sensor)

  • rtkomar

Sorry, Some problem with browser.. Posted Thrice.. :)

  • rtkomar

Is this not a Review..? Where is audio quality test..? Did you forget it or is it so bad that you didn't wanna mention..? :P

  • chilko

i have wildfire s in front of me and it definitely has ambient light sensor