'The HTC Desire S is a perfectly good phone that, combined with HTC Sense, brings a smartphone that will serve you well, giving you a super-connected out-of-the box experience. '
'Bright responsive screen with good contrast / color levels. '
'Excellent cloud integration.'
'Landscape screen can feel cramped.'
'Viewing angles are adequate, and the quality of the screen itself is fine.'
'Dedicated Facebook button.'
'A budget phone that doesn't look cheap .'
'When held in hand, the phone feels like a shorter Desire but equally as sturdy.'
'It’s a deceptively small phone if you’ve only seen photos, not least because of its strong resemblance to the HTC Desire and Google Nexus One. '
'The HTC Wildfire is without doubt a decent little phone. '
'excellent value smartphone'
'Earpiece volume too quiet.'
'More expensive than other small smartphones. '
'Comfortable form factor.'
'Android 2.3 Gingerbread.'
'Low internal memory'
'Excellent High Quality Display.'
Super thin, feather-light - but can it rival the new dual-core brigade
Menus open slightly slower than expected, apps launch after a pause and the touch input is short of being perfect.
NOVA display for improved readability
Well-built handset with a 4.3in touchscreen
UI Looks Good & Works Well
'The smartphone can be sluggish and the Symbian 3 operating system is still behind the curve in ease of use and functionality.'
'balanced performance and affordable cost'
'Camera has no autofocus.'
Poor battery life might make some buyers think twice
Display is low quality and looks washed-out
Great call quality