If you’re one of the many Canadians that have been wondering when they could get their hands on the popular HTC Wildfire S handset, then we have just the news that you’ve been waiting for as we’ve just heard that the Android-based smartphone has now come to Bell in Canada.
As Vlad Bobleanta at unwiredview.com recently reported, Bell will give you the HTC Wildfire S handset (the successor to the original HTC Wildfire), as long as you agree to hand over $29.95 and sign up to a new 3-year agreement. There will also be 1-year and 2-year contracts available.
Bell is offering the HTC Wildfire S handset for $199.95 if you sign a two-year contract and $224.95 if you choose a one-year contract. However, there is also the option of purchasing the smartphone without a contract, but this option does require you to fork out $249.95.
For those of you that may need reminding, the HTC Wildfire S is powered by a 600MHz processor and comes with 512MB of RAM, a 3.2-inch HVGA capacitive touch-screen with a display resolution of 480 x 320, 512MB of ROM, a 1230mAh battery, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity and a 5MP autofocus camera.
Would you buy the HTC Wildfire S handset?