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With Facebook features, the latest version of Android and oodles of apps to choose from, the fleet-footed HTC Salsa leads other Android phones a merry dance. And it's got a great five megapixel camera too.
Need a phone that's got Facebook covered? The Salsa could be just the ticket. Unlike other handsets, it's got a special, dedicated Facebook button which means you can get to your profile with a single button press. This means you update your page quicker than ever. And you can access Facebook Places this way too, for those moments when you've got let everyone know where you are.
And there's more. To make it easy to stay in touch with everything's happening, the Salsa gathers together all your mails, messages and Facebook updates in a single, unified inbox. Plus, to make sure you never miss a social engagement, the on board calendar syncs with Facebook events.
If it's apps you want, the Salsa is also a great selection. Because this is an Android phone and runs the brand new 2.3 Gingerbread version of the software, you'll be able to choose from tens of thousands of fantastic apps. These take in great games and practical business tools, so there really is something for everyone.
Elsewhere, you'll find a rear mounted five megapixel camera with autofocus, face detection and LED Flash that's terrific for taking fun snaps and is great for video too. And on the front of the handset, there's a secondary camera for video calling.
Other features of the Salsa include a vibrant, responsive 3.4-inch LCD touchscreen, a powerful 800Mhz processor to keep everything ticking over super smoothly, Wi-Fi, built-in Google apps such as YouTube and Gmail, A-GPS support, a digital compass and Google Maps for easy route-finding, email, web browser and document viewer.
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