Summary: Unfortunately, the mobile starts to go bust once you install a small number of apps. You need to continuosly clear the cache, especially if you are an avid FB user (which ironically HTC tries to portray the mobile suitable for)
Summary: I saw the reviews on this phone and was impressed. I was forced to buy a new phone because the dog decided that my blackberry would taste nice and ate three of the vowels and my sym key!! Money was an issue being an unexpected event and all so I looked around and saw the HTC CHACHA! the price was very reasonable as I bought it second hand and the phone surprised me. It's a really great little phone. I the usual things from a phone. Calls, facebook and emails.
Summary: Probably there are better phones out there in terms of applications (i was just about to get the Blackberry Q10), OS, etc anyway thankfully i came across this great phone, the plus are: design, price, keyboard (better than Blackberry), materials and the minus: Battery life, the silly Facebook button and of course the horrible name..
Summary: The 512 MB RAM of this phone is not enough. From those, only 150MB are left to the user, as a consequence, the insignificant Internal Memory gets full almost immediately, forget about trying to install new APPs, forget about trying to Move the applications to the SD card, forget about keeping up-to-date the default applications installed from factory, in other words, you can barely use this phone to make calls and receive few messages and that is about it.
Summary: Having had this phone for roughly a year now I have got to know it inside out. Battery lasts ages with how much (or rather little) I use the phone I also love the fact that I have physical keys to text on - a huge plus for the price of this device. However some basic functions are badly finished on this handset - when writing texts, for example the phone randomly shoots to the top of the message thread, meaning you have to either A) scroll back down through 100+ messages...