Cute and tiny.
Bright, colorful display.
Decent 5-megapixel camera.
Lots of additional software features.
Affordable entry level Android smartphone.
Sense 2.1 is user friendly.
Short battery life.
Without compatibility for MetroPCS' LTE network.
The Wildfire S is stuck at slow-as-slugs 2.5G speeds.
Its small size makes it trickier to maneuver the Web.
No Adobe Flash.
Relatively low res display.
Virtual keyboard too small.
Incall quality far from great.
No front camera for video calls.
By PC Mag on December 20, 2011
The HTC Wildfire S is an average, low-end Android phone for MetroPCS, and you can do better for less money. ...60
By eTech Reviews on December 13, 2011
HTC Wildfire S remains underpowered and builds on its popular predecessor, with its more alluring design and superior display. It is a beautifully designed Android 2.3 Gingerbread smartphone with plethora of additional software features and decent...-
By CNET UK on December 01, 2011
So there we have it: five phones that are all worthy of your attention if you don't want to spend all your cash on the latest top-end handset. Make sure to check out all our reviews and price comparisons to make sure you're getting the phone...-
By cnet on November 22, 2011
Despite its small stature, the HTC Wildfire S is well-crafted and easy on the eye. Unfortunately, a slow data network holds it...60
By Channel Pro on October 01, 2011
The first Wildfire was the best budget Android handset we'd seen. We test its successor, the Wildfire S HTC’s original Wildfire offered a full-fat Android experience in a budget handset, and was a PC Pro favourite for a while. But as more...100
By TechSmart.co.za on September 14, 2011
Smartphone buyers looking for a budget-friendly mobile device no longer have to settle for underpowered devices with unimpressive displays, as this price category is inhabited by some capable performers including the Samsung Galaxy Gio and HTC ChaCha....-
By Pocketnow on September 12, 2011
If you're looking for an entry-level phone, but want all the features and benefits of Android, this is the phone for you. It fits in-hand wonderfully, is very well built, has all the minimum requirements that you need in a smartphone, and is priced...50
By Ubergizmo on August 23, 2011
for casual users) Cute: Most people would probably agree that the HTC Wildfire S is a cutie. It’s size and curvy design are eye-catching and it feels great in the hand or in the pocket. It does everything that HTC pitches: sharing photos and...-
By MobileTechReview on August 23, 2011
If you just want to browse the web, do email, send texts and take some surprisingly decent photos and video, the Wildfire S does it in a stylish package. The display is sharp and colorful, though at 3.2", men with large hands will probably find the...60
By Reseller News on August 11, 2011
It is almost shocking that the Wildfire S is the first HTC Android-based phone released locally. HTC has produced model after model of Android phone since its first, known as the Dream, launched in October 2008. In fact, the HTC Dream was the first...-