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HTC launches Wildfire S in Singapore

HTC Wildfire S

HTC Singapore has announced the launch of the new Wildfire S, based on the popular Wildfire that was launched last year. The new Wildfire S is equipped with 600MHz processor and preloaded with Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS.

HTC today unveiled the new HTC Wildfire S in Singapore. Building on the popularity of the HTC Wildfire smartphone, the HTC Wildfire S smartphone is affordable, compact and packs a powerful smartphone experience. It lets you maintain and build connections and friendships through popular sites like Facebook, as well as through voice and text messaging. You can instantly tag your friends in photos before posting them on Facebook, or share your latest discoveries from the Android Market at the touch of a button.

HTC Wildfire S is one of HTC’s smallest phones ever – measuring just 10.13cm long and 5.94cm wide – and boasts a distinctive 3.2-inch, HVGA display.

Create your very own smartphone experience
Celebrate your individuality by choosing from a wide variety of colors including pink, white and gray. The HTC Wildfire S’ home screen is fully customizable with your favorite apps, widgets and content, while a 5-megapixel color camera with auto focus, expandable microSD memory and support for a variety of audio and video formats make for a great all-around multimedia device that slips easily into any pocket.

The HTC Wildfire S will be available in ‘Bloom Pink’, ‘Silver White’ and ‘Dark Gray’ at all mobile operators and authorized retailers at a suggested retail price of S$388 from May 2011.

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