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HTC ChaCha Review
30 September 2013
Excerpt: HTC Chacha is one of the new releases lined up by HTC that is trying to make social networking a little more than an integral part of mobile life. What better than facebook, to get such integration going, for a generation hooked on to their virtual existence.
Excerpt: We first eyed the HTC Status back in February at MWC where it was first debuted as the HTC ChaCha, but also as the Facebook Phone. The HTC ...
Pros: Excellent form-factor with great keyboard, beautiful Sense UI really extends the usefulness of this device, affordably priced, great build quality and design, excellent social network integration
Cons: Display is too small for some tastes, not a 4G device, we experienced frequent Force Close errors
Conclusion: Despite its app (and Flash) shortcomings, the ChaCha is refreshing new addition to HTC phone portfolio, bringing their reliable Android know-how to a messenging, keyboard-toting smartphone.
Excerpt: I had a brief playtime with the HTC ChaCha Android smartphone last week, and thought I’d post some vital statistics about the device and pictures that I took. In hand, the ChaCha gives the impression of a well-built device. It felt really sturdy.
Excerpt: I had a brief playtime with the HTC ChaCha Android smartphone last week, and thought I’d post some vital statistics about the device and pictures that I took. Some quick specifications: In hand, the ChaCha gives the impression of a well-built device. It felt really sturdy.
Summary: When HTC announced the Status, its first phone that fully integrates with Facebook, I thought it would be a cheap gimmick. To be clear, the Status is not the Facebook phone, but it is the first major smartphone to launch with deep Facebook integration.
Pros: Compact and easy to carry, Android 2.3 with HTC Sense UI, Good Facebook integration, Usable QWERTY keyboard
Cons: Web page text can be small and requires zooming, Rear speaker not loud enough for music or speakerphone, Video recording isn’t that great, Styling may not be for everyone
HTC Status – a Facebook-oriented Blackberry alternative running Android – user review
2 August 2011
Conclusion: The HTC Status is already available for sale on AT&T’s network in the US, and you can get it for a low price of $49 with a contract – a really nice deal. If you are a frequent Facebook user, heavy texter or just need a good Blackberry replacement, this phone a great options.