Excerpt: H TC has introduced at the MWC 2011 in Spain a new HTC Smartphone built entirely to be social, combining the simplicity, ease-of-use and depth of HTC Sense user interface with the power and connectivity of Facebook.
Conclusion: The phone performs well but without the finesse of a more expensive HTC like the Sensation, and its design and build quality is questionable in places. But I do think that it has a place of its own in the industry because of the very cool facebook integration and I think I would go as far as buying...
Summary: The HTC Salsa Android phone is one of two new smartphones from HTC that includes a dedicated Facebook button, attempting to provide easier interaction with the world’s most popular social networking service.
Pros: Facebook integration, Solid build, Good camera photos
Cons: Poor video recording, Facebook integration only works with HTC apps, Low-res screen
Conclusion: The Salsa is an odd little phone. If HTC hadn't bothered with the extra Facebook garnish, and instead made a low- to mid-tier Android handset with the sturdy chassis of the Legend, two-day battery life and most of the more appealing features from HTC Sense 3.0 only with a more affordable price tag,...
HTC Salsa – tight Facebook integration in a small form factor review
17 May 2011
Conclusion: Overall, the HTC Salsa is a good phone for those who use Facebook a lot and if it’s priced below $100, will also be a great choice for people who are just buying their first smartphone – they can always just press a button and ask other people how to do something if they don’t know :-).
Summary: review Last month, HTC launched the Salsa in Australia with Vodafone. It was launched side-by-side with the ChaCha, and both are HTC’s first “Facebook phones” featuring a dedicated post to Facebook button. But how does the Salsa’s handle in practice? Read on to find out.