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HTC's funky ChaCha is an all-dancing, all-socialising smartphone that's brilliant for Facebook. And because it's an Android handset, you get to choose from tens of thousands of fantastic apps as well.
Facebook functionality is at the heart of the ChaCha, which features a dedicated Facebook button to enable you to access your profile with a single press. Once you've opened the app, you can update your status and tweet using the phone's physical QWERTY keyboard for fast text entry or pick photos that you can share online.
But that's not all. Facebook messages also appear in the ChaCha's unified inbox along with your emails, so it's easy to keep up with your nearest and dearest. Plus the built-in calendar syncs with Facebook events too, so you'll be fully au fait with your social engagements.
Take the ChaCha for a whirl and you'll also be getting a phone that's incredibly well stocked for applications. Just head to the Android Market and there's some 200,000 titles on offer, taking in everything from fun games to more practical business tools. And to get you started you get some great Google apps pre-installed, including YouTube, Google Maps and Gmail.
Elsewhere on the phone, you'll find an excellent five megapixel camera with autofocus and LED flash to help you get the best snaps possible and which records video. There's also a secondary VGA camera too for video calling so you can see your friends and family while you're speaking to them.
Other features of the ChaCha include a 2.6-inch touchscreen fashioned from robust Gorilla Glass, push email with document viewer for working while you're on the go, a web browser, media player, expandable memory of up to 32GB via microSD, an organiser, a 600Mhz processor to keep everything ticking over smoothly, GPS support that combines with Google Maps for sat nav-style functionality and a host of connectivity options.
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