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HTC Wildfire S Unlocked GSM Touchscreen Android Smartphone – White/Silver

HTC Wildfire S Unlocked GSM Touchscreen Android Smartphone – White/Silver

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  • 2G: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900, 3G: HSDPA 850 / 1900
  • 3.2-inch TFT Capacitive Multi-Touchscreen w/ HTC Sense UI 2.1
  • Android v2.3 Gingerbread (upgradable), 600 MHz ARM 11 Processor, Chipset: Qulacomm MSM7227 Snapdragon, Adreno 200 Graphics
  • 5 Megapixel Camera (2592 x 1944 pixels) w/ Autofocus & LED Flash + Video 480p@24fps
  • Internal Memory: 512 MB, 512 MB RAM + microSD Slot Expandable up to 32GB

The HTC Wildfire S gives you the HTC Sense experience, and runs on Android OS and sports a 5MP camera + video.

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List Price: $ 90.00

Price: $ 90.00

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  1. Grace says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This is phone exceeded my expectations, November 4, 2013
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    Grace

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    This review is from: HTC Wildfire S Unlocked GSM Touchscreen Android Smartphone – White/Silver (Unlocked Phone)
    I love this phone!! It reminds me of the HTC Hero. This was a wonderful investment. My only complaint is the memory and how small it is. It slips from my hand so easily.
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  2. tekco says:
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    fast, March 30, 2014
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    tekco

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    This review is from: HTC Wildfire S Unlocked GSM Touchscreen Android Smartphone – White/Silver (Unlocked Phone)
    very fast in the cell phone was exactly what I thought it would be works great brand new in the box thank you very much..
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  3. Anonymous says:
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Owner for 3+ years. Verdict? S*** phone. Better off with a flip phone., September 21, 2015
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    rusa

    This review is from: HTC Wildfire S Unlocked GSM Touchscreen Android Smartphone – White/Silver (Unlocked Phone)
    Coming from a flip phone, I had low expectations – and this phone makes me want to go back to it. Here’s a customer review from someone who didn’t fiddle with the device for ten minutes for the purpose of writing a review. I’ve owned this thing for three plus years, here’s the most candid review you’ll perhaps ever read.

    PHYSICAL PHONE: 2/5
    The phone’s form is… a phone, there’s no issues there. But the SIM card holder doesn’t hold the sim card flush against the plastic, it pokes outwards. In turn, this makes the battery bulge outwards. I expected this to cause bad connections, but there’s no issues, as if the phone designers measured, knew it wouldn’t look like it works, and waved it with a casual grunt.

    Had no issues with the power cable, no issues with the screen or volume. The reason the rating is so low is because of the unresponsive power button. It’s a game of jack-in-the-box to get the screen to turn on so you can use it. This is especially frustrating in an emergency situation, or if you’re in the middle of the call, and now the only way to reliably get the screen back on is to disconnect the battery in the middle of your call and wait for the phone to boot up again. Sometimes pressing the power button in morse code can work, but it likes to play with you by turning the screen on 30 seconds after you pressed the power button, and then turning the screen off again a split second later in spite of you.

    BATTERY: 5/5
    The battery it came with was standard, but longer-lasting batteries are available. By now this phone is grandmother-old, so its parts aren’t in production and all batteries you find will be from that era (old), and thus not holding as much of a charge as if it were new.

    BOOT UP: 2/5
    The manufacturer bootscreen takes a good thirty-seconds or so, and then you have to wait through your carrier’s boot screen, too. Very frustrating, very long.

    TOUCH: 2/5
    Touch mostly works, but it doesn’t work reliably enough not to make a calm person enraged with extensive use. For day-to-day use, it’s only mildly frustrating getting none of the number that you just entered and then four of them, but where it really fails is in emergency situations, and on phone systems, especially where you have to enter a long code, or have many menus to hop through. Trying to enter a credit card number or your customer ID through the touchpad is frustrating enough to make a grown man cry.

    ANDROID: 5/5
    Android works as it should, no issues there. The most recent version it can upgrade to is 2.3.5 (Ginger Bread, circa 2010). It cannot support anything higher. It seems about half the apps on the app stores will be compatible with this version, so hunting for apps isn’t too bad.

    RAM: 3/5
    It has 512 RAM which articles will tell you that it’s plenty! It’s not. It’s slow and freezy and crashy as all getup.

    PROGRAMS: 2/5
    This phone has all the usual programs you’d expect, but it’s so bogged down with bloatware that you’ll never use, and can’t remove without cracking the phone (voiding your warranty and support).

    INTERNET: 0/5
    This is a smart phone and it’s made to use the internet. Even with a factory reboot, I have massive issues, extreme slowness using the internet. I don’t know if my wifi hardware is just nonfunctional or if it’s a bug of this phone model.

    VERDICT: I wanted a phone that I could use to call people. Because of the unresponsive power button and frustrating touch, it really fails at that. I also thought it would be nice to have some advanced features like vibrate (win!), calculator/calendar (win!), and perhaps internet (utter fail).

    This is a s*** phone, and its best use is as a paperweight.

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