I guess that sometimes we must show gadgets intended for chicks, since they’re an important part of the Android client base. This is also the perfect occasion to show you ladies and girls what are the ideal apps to start with on an Android phone. Thus, I have reviewed and first unboxed the HTC Wildfire S in its pink version.


The device comes with a bunch of manuals, a set of headphones, a charger, a USB cable and some headphone accessories. The pink phone runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread with HTC Sense, but it suffers a bit from lag, because of the 512MB RAM and 600MHz CPU. This unboxing you can see below reveals a pretty tiny handset, with a 3.2 inch touchscreen and a lovely form factor, that should actually fit the small hands of a girl.

There’s even a cool chin included in this design, like in the case of the first Android phones ever. And now we proceed to installing girls-only apps on this device and we’ll be back with a full review in the following days. Hopefully we won’t have to use Task Killer as often as I predicted…

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