HTC Wildfire S & Motorola Defy: Comparison

HTC Wildfire S & Motorola Defy: Comparison
HTC, the brand known to manufacture quality products, is grabbing attention with their new release of an Android phone, the HTC Wildfire. With a general network support of 2G and 3G, the Android v2.3 (Gingerbread) was made available in the market from May this year. Motorola Defy released last October isn"t considered a threat to the phone with the later released Motorola having an Android version 2.1 only.

Motorola Defy still was a phone in demand with the refined features that gave a head start sale to the phone. Large glass display screen was much appreciated by consumers. Defy also had MOTOBLUR UI with Live Widgets in addition to a touch sensitive controls. The features proved to be a perfect rival to those introduced by HTC Wildfire which also had an equally well built in large display screens with accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate and also a proximity sensor for automatic turn-off.

The other features which aren"t common and are available in HTC Wildfire S alone are the turn-to-mute, lift-to-tune-down flip and a flip for speaker phone. The HTC 2.1 UI sensors are also a unique feature of the Wildfire S.The touch sensitive controls provided is a bonus feature which is being introduced for the first time in an HTC Mobile in this genus. The audio supports of both the models also seem to share a common interest with MP3 WAV ringtone compatibility.

Motorola Defy has an inbuilt memory storage of 2GB and a processor RAM memory of 512MB which is a 512 MB ROM and 512 MB ROM in HTC Wildfire S.A microUSB v2.0 is provided in the phones to enable a easy PC synchronization.HTC Wildfire S is also worth noticing with a standard battery standby time of up to 360 hours and a talk time battery backup of up to 7 hour 10 min, which is only a 238 hours and a 6 hours 48 minute for standby and talk time respectively in Motorola Defy.

The connectivity options in Motorola Defy is pretty much improved with faster access to the major social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter and also including a My Space integration meanwhile HTC Wildfire S is not that a social networking oriented handset, even though it provides with a faster internet connectivity. It has a Digital compass and a Google search, with map viewing applications and Picasa integration. Other commonly used chat and video stream applications like YouTube, Google Talk etc are also pre loaded for a quick access.

With a Price tag of RS 13399 the 5MP camera strapped Android is out in the market as a major competition to all the other brands including the Motorola Defy available with a price tag of RS.15500.

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