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The HTC ChaCha is a touch and type phone that combines a 2.6-inch capacitive touchscreen and a QWERTY keypad. Running on the Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) operating system, the phone is powered by 800 MHz Snapdragon processor and 512 MB of RAM to run all your applications smoothly.
This social media oriented Android phone also boasts of the proprietary user interface, the HTC Sense, which brings with it features such as flip to silence, customizable homescreen and all your friends' updates on Facebook and Twitter via Friend Stream.
The HTC ChaCha is loaded with a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash and auto focus features. You can also record videos using the phone camera at 30 fps. A front facing VGA camera is also fitted on the device through which you can video chat.
Facebook on ChaCha
HTC has specially packaged the ChaCha phone for all those of you bitten by the Facebook bug. Sharing your photos or the places you visit has never been easier than with the ChaCha in your palms, as it comes with a dedicated Facebook button that is located just below the keypad. You can share a photo or a link on Facebook just by pressing this button. If you want to share the information of the places you visit then you can hold the dedicated Facebook button for some time to start start the Facebook Places function. This social media phone lets you keep your friends closer round the clock. And the list of Facebook-focused services on ChaCha doesn't just end with a dedicated button.
The ChaCha is loaded with a variety of Facebook widgets. There is a clock on this handset that provides you with all the Facebook updates as a ticker. The Calendar widget on the phone ensures you remember to wish your friends on their birthdays.
The design of the HTC ChaCha benefits those who text heavily as it comes with a well-spaced out QWERTY keypad. The buttons are big enough for you to easily click and type. The back of the ChaCha is slightly bent that gives a better viewing angle as well as better grip for typing. Additionally, the phone remains scratch-free even if placed face-down.
The capacitive touchscreen of the phone, with a resolution of 480 x 320 pixels, makes for ideal viewing of websites. In between the screen and keypad, lays a row of standard Android function buttons of home, menu, back and search. On the top edge of the ChaCha are located the power/lock button and headphone jack. The volume rocker and a microUSB port are housed on the left edge of the device. The phone packs in the usual bunch of sensors including accelerometer, digital compass, proximity sensor and ambient light sensor.
Storage and Battery
The HTC ChaCha is compatible with microSD 2.0 cards. You can use the same to increase the memory of the ChaCha up to 32 GB. The ROM installed on the phone is of 512 MB. The social networking phone uses a standard lithium-ion battery of 1250 mAh capacity. The battery serves a talk time of 4 hours and standby time of 120 hours.
Connectivity and Features
You can connect the Internet on the HTC ChaCha using Wi-Fi and 3G. The phone comes with Bluetooth and USB functionalities for easier file transfer. The internal GPS antenna and Google Maps present on this device let you track your directions. The Document viewer and editor lets you create and edit Word, Excel and PowerPoint files. The handset also has access to Android Market from where you can download applications of your choice.
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Jun 19, 2014
Fell in love with this phone when i first saw it.... but....
May 10, 2014
i m intrested both facilitys qwerty keypad & anroid phones these parfect quality this phone
Feb 18, 2014
Aug 1, 2013
The product is not so good
Jul 13, 2013
Not a good buy
Oct 23, 2011
HTC Chacha battery issue.I found this on google forum plz let us know if it helped.
Aug 24, 2011
Very nice phone bugged by Android Dialer batter issue1) Features: overall nice features. you get what you could expect from a android 2.3.3 device. No shortcomings I see except the absence quick settings tab when you open the notification bar. Migration from my nokia e71 to ChaCha was easy and seamless using phone transfer wizard.
Aug 20, 2011
Good and Very Capable Phone with Ultra Poor Battery...I bought this phone at the pre-release order stage itself through Flipkart. The phone was delivered promptly when released and ws received in excellent condition. The phone did not disappoint me at all and is indeed a fantastic Android Phone with amazing features. The android market and htc hub and htc sense are unique application and enable easy donwload of useful features...
Aug 23, 2012
Beware HTC has discontinued HTC CHaCHaHTC has discontinued HTC CHaCHa because:
Jul 25, 2012
Bad Experience with ChaChaFirst of all Good service by Flipkart.But this product is a blunder from HTC.
Sep 22, 2012
good looking , good touch sensitivityKey features are best in this price .It takes a little blue button and we get the point, but the QWERTY keyboard is a statement of its own too.Great Facebook integration,Thought-out UI
Aug 9, 2012
a superb phone but couple of major issuesit has all the great features that a 2.3 could have a great camera and nice UI.....everything is great but problem comes with battery and internal memory.it has a real poor battery life.the internal memory is just horrible it doesn't even provide more than 20 MB of free space.these two problems will always pinch you.
Lakshmi Narayan V
Jun 16, 2012
One of the best social networking device!It's a great phone if you are someone who uses Facebook and Twitter a lot. The batter is definitely a downside. I don't think there is a Dialer "bug" on this phone. The Dialer just does a lot of work syncing all of your contacts' social networking info. It is working all the time in the background. The battery lasted 9 hrs on the first day. It improved to having to charge once every night (roughly 16 hrs battery time) from the second day onwards. I suggest you charge the phone for the first few days overnight with the phone switched off. I just believe it helps the battery get a little better … (Expand)
Jun 5, 2012
best phone to buy in this rangeprobably one of the best phone available in INDIA at this range
Feb 6, 2012
Really happy with this phoneMy requirements were quite clear, Android, Qwerty and No Micromax/Spice(based on previous experience). There was not much choice with these specs, but really happy with this phone. Touch is very smooth, keys are good, well spaced. People looking for big screens should not go for this. Android and HTC sense does not really require my review as everyone knows what they are all about.