People who trade in their mobile phones in favour of upgrading to a new and smart model should consider the HTC Wildfire S, if the words of one expert are accurate.
Drew Stearne, writing for CNET UK, says he has "high hopes" for the model, which was confirmed by the manufacturer recently.
It is a step up from the original Wildfire, which the author admits he was a fan of but still found some flaws with.
The first phone's budget status meant it had only a cheap screen – something that has been replaced with a top-of-the-range display on the Wildfire S.
It will run on the Android 2.4 Gingerbread operating system and is to be available in a variety of colours.
"Android already offers a raft of features including excellent email and social-networking integration, but HTC also pre-loads its own excellent apps on to the phone," Mr Stearne states.
Other recently announced launches by HTC include the Desire S.
Posted by Claire Marshall