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We've seen HTC's Wildfire S both in its unlocked glory and for T-Mobile. Now it was time we gave the U.S. Cellular variety a turn.
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Petite

The phone is tiny by many standards, but we've also had readers confirm that not everyone is into mammoth phones. It runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread, but is more entry-level in all its features.
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Typing

The smaller virtual keyboard could easily get in the way of larger hands.
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Camera

The 5-megapixel camera took decent pictures, but they weren't the best we've seen.
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Build quality

As usual, the Wildfire is a well-constructed device, which is one of HTC's hallmarks.
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