HTC Wildfire S is one of the smartest of the smartphones that lines up to be the lightweight phone of not weighing more than 3.7 ounces with battery. The phone has a 3.2”touch screen with 320 × 480 resolution developing a smartphone on Android 2.2 with HTC Sense UI platform. While, Samsung Wave II, the best competitor for HTC Wildfire S comes with ultra light weight capacity of not more than 135 g with the battery, and has a 3”WVGA , 16M Super Clear LCD. Samsung Wave II runs on a bada platform v1.2 with a TouchWiz 3.0 UI, which makes this stand out entirely different form HTC Wildfire S. The dimensions of Samsung are only 123.9 × 59.8 × 11.8 mm, while their counterpart is much handier than HTC Wildfire S phone with dimensions of 101.3 × 59.4 × 12.4 mm.
However, Samsung Wave II is a better performer for they harness the potential of 1 GHz application processor, which is much better than the 600 MHz processor of HTC Wildfire S. The Samsung phone is also packed up with 1,500 mAh standard Li-ion battery and while HTC has only a 1230 mAH rechargeable Li-ion battery.
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Discussing on the memory of both the phones, HTC Wildfire S has 512 MB internal memory with an expandable memory of 32 GB supporting microSD card slot, while, Samsung Wave II has an internal memory of 2GB with a micro SD card that can be expandable to 32 GB. This adds more versatility and better performance by Samsung Wave II.
Connectivity solutions in Samsung Wave II will include Wi-Fi 802.11, Bluetooth 3.0, USB v 2.0, DLNA and Mobile AP, while HTC Wildfire S has the following connectivity solutions, which will include 3G, GPRS, EDGE, and Wi-Fi technology besides, HSPA and Quad band GSM/GPRS/EDGE.
Multimedia offerings by HTC Wildfire S will include audio supported playback, video supported formats for both playing and recording audio, and video, Samsung Wave II has much superior multimedia capabilities like HD video player and recorder, with the accessibility to create movie interface and 3.5mm jack port for audio and to listen to FM radio.
Samsung Wave II has a multi-touch zoom and multitask manager with many other miscellaneous features like GPS navigation, smart search, smart unlock, Dolphin browser and much more to offer. In contrast HTC Wildfire S have their own range of miscellaneous features, which will include G-sensors, digital compass, proximity and ambient light sensors, internal GPS antenna and much more for you to explore and find out.
Overall, this is very clear that Samsung Wave II has some of the cutting edge technological features, which has incredible mobility power, quick and easy typing module allowing capturing your precious moments, and has a very good social hub to keep in touch with your special ones also. HTC Wildfire S though put on a much lesser show case. The HTC Sense UI is something special that makes this phone to be on par with Samsung to explore the technology travelling with you.
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