Excerpt: HTC's Wildfire has plenty of features usually reserved for more expensive phones, including a G-sensor, a digital compass, a proximity sensor, and an ambient light sensor. Users can place calls over Wi-Fi, and consumer testers said it was very comfortable to hold this phone in their hand, with some...
Pros: Clear display, Small, light design, Comfortable to hold, Battery is extremely easy to remove, Extremely helpful instruction manual
Cons: Users found it somewhat difficult and uncomfortable to type on, Small screen given phone overall size, Comparatively thick design, Casing is difficult to remove
Conclusion: The HTC Wildfire S is a neat little mid-range phone with a stylish design. It has a lot to offer, but isn’t without its limitations. The limited storage space, will frustrate those who want to download and use plenty of apps, who should check out the HTC Desire S or wait for the HTC Sensation.
Summary: In short: if you want a well specced Android 2.3 handset that’ll do pretty much anything you can throw at it — within reason — but you don’t want to spend a fortune, then the HTC Wildfire S is probably the handset for you.
Pros: Android 2.3, fluid interface, very little lag, improved display, nice design, premium build quality
Cons: It's a bit chunky, the camera isn't very good, no front-facing camera, limited internal storage
Conclusion: Overall the HTC Wildfire S is a tidy little package. The good touch response and design reflect well on what is essentially a budget device. It can be bettered by its rivals - there will be affordable phones with a larger higher resolution display, there will be those that get a higher power...
Pros: HTC Sense offers an easy connected experience, great design, affordable
Cons: Might be bettered by legacy devices still available, limited multimedia performance, finish on the back is a little slippery