Tuesday, 15 November 2011

HTC Chacha full review full phone specifications price cost specs

HTC ChaCha will be dream smartphone for  Facebook addicts and for those who love to share whatever they are doing with pals on net through facebook,googleplus or any other social networking sites all around the globe. With the mobile's dedicated Facebook button (at the bottom right) its so easier to share pictures, location, music and status messages. The HTC ChaCha sure has bought social media networking at one right place. The experience is totally unique and the mobile specifications support it very well. See below the extended video, review video and the features.
The phone is constructed from metals and plastic, giving a nice combination of materials and an attractive design. In terms of size it is slimmer than the BlackBerry Bold at 10.7mm; the ChaCha is marginally larger than the Bold overall, with a wider spaced keyboard offering up individual keys.
Across the bottom of the display are the normal touch controls for home, menu, back and search, with the volume rocker and standby/lock buttons falling into their regular places. Unlike the HTC Salsa there is no camera button, but you do get two hard calling buttons beneath the display, meaning you can answer calls and hang-up without having to touch the screen. 
Then we have that Facebook button, which is perched beneath the keyboard, a little too prominently, emphasising the fact that this phone is a little bit different. The HTC ChaCha isn’t just a phone with a Facebook button though, as it’s the first candy-bar Android device with a full QWERTY keyboard that we’ve seen from HTC and seen running HTC Sense.
The keyboard itself feels great to use, with a nice positive action to each key and a nice clean, slightly tactile, finish. The size and spacing is mostly fine and if you’re coming from a BlackBerry keyboard you’ll be up to speed in minutes. It offers four rows of keys so gives you the full QWERTY run down, with each main character key getting an alternate number or symbol. Some punctuation gets its own key, so comma, full stop and question mark are each just one button press away, which is handy in daily use.

·                                  2.6-Inches TFT Touchscreen
·                                 Android 2.4 OS (Gingerbread)
·                                 600Mhz Qualcomm Processor
·                                 Full QWERTY Keyboard
·                                 512 MB of RAM& 512 of MB ROM
·                                 MicroSD/SDHC Card Support upto 32 GB
·                                 Bluetooth 3.0 with A2DP
·                                 Wi-Fi  802.11 b/g/n
·                                 5 MP  Front Camera with LED Flash
·                                 VGA Rear Camera
·                                 HSDPA @ 7.2 Mbps & HSUPA @ 384 Kbps
·                                 Battery-Power: 1250 mAh
·                                 GPS & A-GPS Support
·                                 Built in online service support for Twitter & Facebook

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