Facebook has become an integral part of our lives, many users obsess about their wall posts, photo updates and social gaming such as Farmville and Empires & Allies and while Facebook had done a decent job offering a mobile application that users can download, there has never been a phone with more dedicated to the social network than the newly released HTC ChaCha.
The ChaCha (pictured above), features a dedicated Facebook button on the bottom right side of the device, the button, when pressed, brings Facebook users to their accounts via a baked in Facebook application, ensuring an quick user experience at break neck speeds.
According to HTC:
HTC ChaCha has a Facebook button that lets you share just about anything with just one touch. Take a photo – straight to Facebook. Make a video – straight to Facebook. Show whatever, whenever, at the touch of a button.
The company has also announced a Facebook chat widget from HTC which means:
You can group all your friends together, and see when anyone is online. Start a live instant chat, and juggle between as many private conversations as you want.
The phone itself isn’t much of a wonder to behold, in fact I would classify it as a “low-end” Android handset which features a rather small (by today’s standards) 2.6-inch touchscreen display, a full QWERTY keyboard which Blackberry and heavy text users will appreciate and a rather slow 800 MHz CPU. The Smartphone also features a 5-megapixel camera on the backside and a VGA front-side camera for video chatting [Read more…]