Excerpt: - I have had no positive experience with this phone. - The fact that they put a lot of integrated applications when you hardly get any space is a complete joke. Memory wise this phone is useless. I only had about 4 to 5 apps and the internal memory was full...
Summary: I got the HTC Wildfire because it's the smallest smart phone I could find and I don't want a frikken tablet in my pants. Yes, I read the reviews about it having absolutely no internal memory, but I just thought-- whatever!
So So phone. Better value @ about $40 Recommend based on need.
7 December 2013
Summary: No Play store can't download basic needed apps... would be a better value @ about $40. It's just blah... Great if you want an o.k phone nothing more. Can't recommend want way or the other if I had a choice. It boils down to what you really want in a phone. Works o.k.
Excerpt: Had the phone for 2 years. worked ''okay'' for a year, could play games, internet, music. Then, after a year, forget about the games. wipe all memory, the only thing u can do is play music, but don't text becuase it'll break down. 1 thing at the time, patience people.
Summary: So I guess I shouldn't expect too much from a MetroPCS phone right? I mean after all, it's MetroPCS. I've had my HTC Wildfire S "SmartPhone" for about a month now and at first it was great because before then I had those cheapie little flip phones that didn't amount to much at all.
Summary: I bought this phone in hopes of being able to download more apps, music, etc.. The internal memory is so low I can download about 3-4 apps depending on their file size. It doesn't matter what size your SD card is if it won't let you download and transfer to the card. super disappointed.
Summary: I do not like this phone far as memory and being able to download apps. its a nice looking phone and has a good camera. but thats about it! I would not recommend it for folks that use the internet a lot.