First Impressions with The HTC ChaChaCha

HTC ChaChaCha is around the corner. After its presentation at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and its name change many were curious by this terminal with frontal keyboard QWERTY willing to face off against the BlackBerry from RIM.

This morning HTC unveiled the terminal where, in addition to reviewing the features of the phone have known that it will be exclusive this summer with Orange at prices to suit all budgets. The ChaChaCha HTC have also been tested and the first impression was quite positive. Made this introduction we do a review of the specifications of the terminal.

HTC ChaChaCha, design, elegance and comfort

At first glance the ChaChaCha HTC seems an attempt to make the competition to BlackBerry and grab a piece of that emerging market share of teenagers looking for terminals to chat. However technically HTC terminal is very above What RIM offers.

Level design, HTC has returned to bet by high quality materials How did in his day with the HTC Desire S. The body is made of metal and the feel of the materials is very nice. It also has a small curve in the bottom which greatly facilitates the grip of the phone. As for the color the White and silver details are quite showy and give it an elegant touch.

In terms of the size dimensions are of 114, 4 x 64, 6 x 10, 7 mm and a weight of 120 grams. As you can see in the photo size is similar to the Nexus One and also has USB connector to charge it on the left side, as the HTC Desire S.

The front QWERTY keyboard has a clearance of 0, 6 mm between each key. Distance that facilitates the keystrokes without committing just errors though, as always, it will touch us to learn how to use it but the experience we have had has been very positive.

HTC ChaChaCha, small packages

HTC ChaChaCha features with a 800 MHz processor. Y 512 MB RAM more than enough for an oriented terminal power to chat. In the time that we have tested the terminal experience has been completely fluid and we have not found any hitch or problem..

The display of 2.6 inch and a resolution of 480 x 320 pixels It looks really good. Compared to other terminals in similar conditions the screen quality is quite good. A point in their favor.

As for the camera HTC ChaChaCha has one 5 megapixel rear with auto focus and LED flash. It also has a VGA front camera that I can use for video conferencing or self-portraits.

At the level of connectivity terminal is not short. In addition to a HSDPA 7.2 MB account with Wi-Fi 802.11/b/g/n y Bluetooth 3.0 high speed for transferring files. As we can see the appearances they deceive and HTC did not want to launch a more modest terminal such as for example the HTC Wildfire.

HTC Sense Messenger, all good sense optimized in 2.6 inch

At the level of software are two things: on the one hand that the terminal will come with 2.3.3 Gingerbread Android and other HTC Sense; the Taiwanese company for all their terminals already well-known interface.

The small size of the screen has not been a problem HTC has taken all the good sense, it has led him to 2.6 inches and the end result is excellent: HTC Sense Messenger 2.1. An equally colorful and fluid interface where we can enjoy the full potential of Android desks. In other words, elements such as the widgets will be present.

Default HTC ChaChaCha comes with three desks but We can increase the number up to seven depending on which we need to place the widgets and shortcuts.

Another very interesting feature of HTC Sense Messenger is the possibility of carrying elements to lock screen. Something similar to that offered by some applications such as WidgetLocker and that, frankly, it seems to me very useful.

The Facebook button, share quickly and easily

Another main attraction of HTC ChaChaCha, as well as the format and QWERTY keyboard, is the Facebook button. HTC has maintained close collaboration with the social network to promote its integration in mobile telephony and share content is very simple.

The function of the button is very simple. Whenever we are in an application or menu of your mobile and we can share it the button will illuminate Facebook. Pressing it will take us to the application and we will send it to the network.

With the button we can share pictures, music that you are listening to, messages quickly and also can check-in on Facebook places If we pressed the button a few seconds.

We can also configure it to climb photos automatically to a particular album. Which is especially useful if for example we are a party or in a concert night. Although in this case better be careful with which photos are made and which are not.

HTC ChaChaCha to the rhythm of Orange in Spain

As we have already mentioned HTC ChaChaCha comes to hand Spain of Orange exclusively until the end of the summer. The phone will be available by zero euros if we take the Dolphin 32 tariff. If on the other hand we are looking for a cheaper rate we have it for 69 euros with Dolphin 20.

In new high the price is 159 euros with Dolphin 20 and 139 euros if we take Dolphin 32 or higher. All mentioned prices include a contract of 18 months.

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