As the title depicts, there is going to be a fierce competition regarding the features between the two smartphones from HTC. Both the phones are very powerful and are just like a wild fire, which is capable of blowing away all the things which comes in its path. Some most fascinating features of HTC Wildfire S and HTC Wildfire are compared below:
Operating System is acts as the brain of the mobile phone and helps to schedule the process without any degradation in the performance. So, OS of both the smartphones are compared first. Wildfire S uses Google's latest OS, Android 2.4 (Gingerbread), while its competitor the HTC Wildfire uses the Android 2.1 (Eclair). With Gingerbread onboard in the Wildfire S, you also have access to over 150,000 apps from the Android Market.
Processor plays a key role in the mobile phones performance. Latest processors are capable of providing lightening performance. So, now the comparison is based on processor. Wildfire S runs on 600MHz processor, while its fierce competitor the Wildfire runs on a 528 megahertz Qualcomm MSM 7225.
HTC Wildfire S has a 3.2 inch HVGA display, while HTC Wildfire has a large 3.2 inch color touch screen with pinch-to-zoom capability. HVGA display in Wildfire S is great for surfing the web with multi-window browsing, and text which automatically resizes on the screen when zooming in and out.
Wildfire S has a 5 megapixel color camera with auto focus and expandable microSD memory.
Wildfire S is a small phone measuring just 10.13cm long, 5.94cm wide and weighs 105 grams. Its competitor the HTC Wildfire is 106.8 millimeters long, 60.4 millimeters wide, 12 millimeters thick and weighs 118 grams.
Battery also plays an important role in the mobile phone’s feature because it helps us to talk or play games for a longer time. Wildfire S has a hefty 1230mAh battery life, promising over 7 hours of talk-time or 23 days on standby. While its opponent has a battery which allows up to 490 minutes of talk time or 480 hours on standby.
HTC Wildfire S has HSDPA and Wi-Fi connectivity for speedy browsing, while HTC Wildfire supports Bluetooth v2.1 and micro USB v2.0 connectivity and high speed internet is also available.
This feature determines the outside beauty of the mobile phone. Wildfire is available in black, purple and white, while its opponent is available in black, red, and grey and red.
Apart from these features, both the smartphones has HTC sense as a common feature which helps to make easy to access email, Facebook and Twitter straight from your home screen. Both smartphones have many added advantages and are the top most during their venture into the mobile market.
Now you would be able to recycle old HTC Wildfire and earn money. Selling a mobile phone to a recycling website is a great idea for you to get some cash towards your next purchase, and also to help the environment by allowing parts to be reused in other devices. So, get ready to recycle old HTC Wildfire and get new ones with more fascinating features.