Today’s rumor comes from a notably unreliable source, so take it with a pound of salt.
Digitimes is reporting this morning that Facebook and HTC are jointly working on a Facebook phone, to be released Q3 2012 at the earliest. While HTC has released the ChaCha and Salsa headsets, “Facebook” phones with a dedicated ... Read More »
HTC announced an exclusive deal with AT&T for its new Facebook devices at Mobile World Congress, and AT&T fannounced the HTC Status (AT&T’s version of the HTC ChaCha) at the end of June. While it may not be the phone for most of our readers, it could definitely be good for Facebook enthusiasts.
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Attention Facebook addicts! The phone of your dreams is finally here. Meet the HTC Status, AT&T’s version of the HTC ChaCha. AT&T and HTC just announced the “Facebook phone” via (you guessed it) Facebook–with official fan page and all. We first caught a glimpse of the HTC ChaCha and its dedicated ... Read More »
HTC’s sociable and rhythmic ChaCha phone is finally finding a partner to dance with. According to BGR, the device could land on AT&T as soon as next week. Thankfully, Ma Bell will dump the ChaCha name for a less fabulous one like the HTC Status.
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When HTC unveiled the HTC ChaCha and HTC Salsa at Mobile World Congress this past February, they also announced an exclusive distribution agreement with AT&T for the U.S. market. While that may be nice for AT&T, it looks like our friends over in Europe will be able to get their hands on the two Facebook-centric ... Read More »
The upcoming HTC ChaCha seems to be causing a few issues for our friends at HTC. We know many of you have a few things to say regarding the ChaCha’s dedicated Facebook button, but surprisingly the handset’s Facebook integration is a lot less trivial than the ChaCha name itself.
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Early this morning, HTC finally stepped up and unveiled their lineup at Mobile World Congress. As expected, HTC delivered five new Android powered handsets and their first Android tablet. Devices like the HTC Desire S, HTC Incredible S, and the HTC Wildfire S may look a bit familiar since we’ve seen leaked images, video, and ... Read More »