AT&T 3G compatible HTC Wildfire S is seen over at the FCC

AT&T 3G compatible HTC Wildfire S is seen over at the FCC
AT&T has been seeing its fair share of respectable high-end Android powered devices of late, but as usual, not everyone will be particularly gung-ho about picking up a premium $200 on-contract device to experience Android for the very first time. For those who find themselves in that exact predicament, you might be amused to know that the entry-level Android powered HTC Wildfire S just might be on its way to AT&T.

In fact, the HTC Wildfire S just recently received its FCC approval, but more importantly, it’s a version that supports AT&T’s 850 and 1900MHz bands. Obviously, one of the surprising things about the handset is the fact that it’s still one of the few devices to run Android 2.3 Gingerbread out of the box. However, it’s still unknown whether or not this is a model specifically bound for AT&T – or potentially the other host of similarly compatible Canadian carriers.

Regardless of that, we’re sure that AT&T customers are itching to see something in the entry-level category from HTC’s camp aside from the less desired HTC Freestyle feature phone.

source: FCC via Engadget

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Wildfire S
  • Display 3.2" 320 x 480 pixels
  • Camera 5 MP
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon S1, Single core, 600 MHz
  • Battery 1230 mAh(5.80h 3G talk time)



1. joeH unregistered

If At&t customers want an Android phone that is solid they can just get the Htc Aria its a solid first time Android user and it won't break the bank.

3. networkdood

Posts: 6330; Member since: Mar 31, 2010

Had the Aria...get the INSPIRE 4G - just as easy to use ...

2. PGsman unregistered


4. Maxxx unregistered

it`s too expensive for a 600 MHz processor for the same money you can buy a 1 Ghz phone with better screen on Windows 7 Samsung Focus with super amoled screen and HTC Mozart are cheaper than this

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