Bell will release the HTC WildFire S, tentatively scheduled for June 17th

Ian Hardy

April 28, 2011 7:02pm


Earlier today we revealed that the HTC WildFire will be coming to SaskTel in June and we have some additional news for you. SaskTel mainly get devices that Bell has in their lineup so it’s natural that Bell will launch this too. Thanks to one of our tipsters for letting us know that Bell has tentatively scheduled this Android 2.3 powered device to be available on June 17th. Still no word on the price plans but will be a cost effective entry-level Android.

More soon!
(Thanks tipster!)

  • Cody

    okay, time to announce TELUS getting the Desire S, and hopefully the Sensation too :)

  • Abby Weed

    As a SaskTel Dealer, I’d like to thank your tipster for tipping you as well – now we can all be in the dark!

    • MuffTuff

      I don’t understand what you are trying to say…

  • GENERAL WONG

    Colos is ugly

  • sdkajsdklgj

    i wish it wasn’t so wide…… very uncomfortable to hold in the hand.

    • kenypowa

      this phone is tiny, what are you talking about?

    • sdkajsdklgj

      @keny
      but its very wide in comparison to its length. awkward to hold.

  • Rich

    This looks like another “release it and forget it” phone. Worth a contract? No.
    Software Updates? Probably just 1.

  • THE ASSASSIN

    HTC is actually pretty good at releasing updates unlike some other companies!! Just ask the Wind fanboys who bought the x720.

  • mda

    At Vodafone, it’s priced at $140-no contract.
    So it should be pretty cheap.

    • angela swank

      Hye mda …….i suggest you to log on to wwww.orangemobileshop.co.uk in which other then Vodafone there are some pretty cool offers with networks like Orange, T-Mobile etc. ……….Thanks…….

    • mda

      I went to wwww.orangemobileshop.co.uk but it doesn’t seem to be a legit website.

  • Dexter

    I would hope this phone comes in with a low price considering the Incredible S is a much better device and this has very similar specs to the HTC Legend which Bell had a year ago. Seems like a weird product to launch in my opinion.