Choose country:
Choose language:
This is a demo of a seamless insert of an Icecat LIVE product data-sheet in your website. Imagine that this responsive data-sheet is included in the product page of your webshop. How to integrate Icecat LIVE JavaScript.

HTC ChaCha Single SIM Silver

X
Brand:
The general trademark of a manufacturer by which the consumer knows its products. A manufacturer can have multiple brand names. Some manufacturers license their brand names to other producers.
HTC
Product name:
Product name is a brand's identification of a product, often a model name, but not totally unique as it can include some product variants. Product name is a key part of the Icecat product title on a product data-sheet.
ChaCha
Product code :
The brand's unique identifier for a product. Multiple product codes can be mapped to one mother product data-sheet if the specifications are identical. We map away wrong codes or sometimes logistic variants.
99HND005-00
Category
Mobile phone that is able to perform many of the functions of a computer, typically having a relatively large screen and an operating system capable of running general-purpose applications.
smartphones
Data-sheet quality: created/standardized by Icecat
The quality of the product data-sheet can be on several levels:
only logistic data imported: we have only basic data imported from a supplier, a data-sheet is not yet created by an editor.
created by HTC: a data-sheet is imported from an official source from a manufacturer. But the data-sheet is not yet standardized by an Icecat editor.
created/standardized by Icecat: the data-sheet is created or standardized by an Icecat editor.
Included since: 18 Apr 2011
The date Icecat noticed for the first time that this product was included in the price list of a channel partner
Product views: 7657
This statistic is based on the 72740 using ecommerce sites (eshops, distributors, comparison sites, ecommerce ASPs, purchase systems, etc) downloading this Icecat data-sheet since 18-04-11 Only sponsoring brands are included in the free Open Icecat content distribution as used by 71036 free Open Icecat users .
Info modified on: 18 Aug 2017 20:12:25
The date of the most recent change of this product data-sheet in Icecat.
Long product name HTC ChaCha Single SIM Silver :
The short editorial description of HTC ChaCha Single SIM Silver

ChaCha, 600MHz, 6.604 cm (2.6 ") 480 x 320, IEEE 802.11b/g/n, GPS, microSD, Android
More>>>
Short summary description HTC ChaCha Single SIM Silver:
This short summary of the HTC ChaCha Single SIM Silver data-sheet is auto-generated and uses the product title and the first six key specs.
HTC ChaCha, 6.6 cm (2.6"), 480 x 320 pixels, 0.6 GHz, Android, Silver
Long summary description HTC ChaCha Single SIM Silver :

HTC ChaCha. Display diagonal: 6.6 cm (2.6"), Display resolution: 480 x 320 pixels. Processor frequency: 0.6 GHz. SIM card capability: Single SIM, 3G. Operating system installed: Android. Battery capacity: 1250 mAh. Colour of product: Silver. Weight: 120 g

This is an auto-generated long summary of HTC ChaCha Single SIM Silver based on the first three specs of the first five spec groups.

Thanks for ordering a data-sheet fix by Icecat.

Your data-sheet will be described/fixed in couple of days.

No information available on Specs Login or signup for Full Icecat to access all product specs
Here, we only show product specs of sponsoring brands that joined Open Icecat. As Full Icecat channel partner login to see all product data or request a Full Icecat subscription.
Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2011-07-31
Testseek has collected 141 expert reviews for HTC ChaCha Silver and the average expert rating is 72 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
72%
Source Review comments Score
gadgetguy.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-07
Whether they use it as a news source, a communication hub for interacting with favourite stores and interest groups, or as a means to keep tabs on their myriad friends, chances are that someone you know is addicted to Facebook. Wouldn’t it be nice if...
Good QWERTY keyboard very easy to use; Android Gingerbread...
Bad Small display can make text too small to read; Facebook integration could be stronger...
Bottom line Interestingly, the ChaCha isn’t the first Facebook phone. Several years ago, another phone company – INQ – took a stab at it. The Facebook phone this company created was fairly basic, ran on its own operating system, and generally provided a pretty me...
80%
littlegreenrobot.co.uk
Updated:
2014-05-07
We've seen several attempts to produce a smartphone with a miniature qwerty keyboard in the BlackBerry style but use Android as the operating system. Generally they fail to impress, but HTC's ChaCha bucks that trend.The HTC ChaCha runs Android 2.3.3, maki...
80%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-07
If you're a heavy Facebook user, and you're looking for an affordable smartphone, HTC claims it has the answer for you. The HTC ChaCha combines a full QWERTY keyboard and touchscreen with a dedicated Facebook button that allows easy integration with t...
Good Smart Facebook integration Excellent design and keyboard Smooth and polished software...
Bad Small and cramped screen Mediocre Web browsing experience Vodafone exclusive...
Bottom line The HTC ChaCha offers smart integration with Facebook and also possesses an excellent physical keyboard. Its small screen will frustrate users keen on mobile Web browsing, but if you can live with these drawbacks, the ChaCha is very good value for mone...
80%
fonehome.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-14
Samba-ing on to shop shelves this month is the HTC ChaCha, the Taiwanese company’s first ever Android phone with a portrait Qwerty keyboard (just like a BlackBerry) and its second with a Facebook button jutting out on its lip. Is it a killer combinatio...
Bottom line The keyboard simply can’t be beat, but it’s a pity you have to lose so much screen space for itLoveAwesome Qwerty, stellar Facebook integrationHateThe screen is tiny – unnecessarily soSpecs:Screen: 2.6in, 480×320Connectivity: HSDPA, Wi-Fi, GPS, USBCame...
80%
techradar.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
Let's get one thing straight: the HTC ChaCha is not the Facebook phone. It's not manufactured by Facebook. But let's get another thing straight, too: the HTC ChaCha is the Facebook experience. And it's even endorsed to a certain extent by the King of t...
Good Great Facebook integration, Thought-out UI, Typing is a dream, Small battery with a long life and quick charge, Responsive touchscreen...
Bad Screen sometimes feels too small, Camera could be better, Flash on websites doesn't work properly, Chin makes the design look odd, Awful name...
Bottom line Let's get one thing straight: the HTC ChaCha is not the Facebook phone. It's not manufactured by Facebook. But let's get another thing straight, too: the HTC ChaCha is the Facebook experience. And it's even endorsed to a certain extent by the King of t...
80%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
The HTC ChaCha is a Google Android smartphone with a dedicated Facebook button. If you're a heavy Facebook user, and you're looking for an affordable smartphone, HTC claims it has the answer for you. The HTC ChaCha combines a full qwerty keyboard and t...
Bottom line The HTC ChaCha offers smart integration with Facebook and also possesses an excellent physical keyboard. Its small screen will frustrate users keen on mobile web browsing, but if you can live with these drawbacks, the ChaCha is very good value for mone...
80%
gadgetshow.channel5.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
The HTC ChaCha is an Android smartphone with a difference, packing in a fixed QWERTY keypad below the 2.6-inch screen. It also comes with Facebook software pre-installed, along with a button to launch a Facebook app at the flick of a finger. The goodAs...
Good As always, the Android operating system is a particular highlight on this handset. Sure, it's not quite as slick as the iOS software found on Apple's iPhone, but it's a lot more customisable, with the ability to fill the homepage with comprehensive apps such as calendar entries or messages. The ChaCha's form factor will also appeal to lots of users, offering a proper keyboard in a compact design...
Bad In a world of smartphones with huge touchscreens, the HTC ChaCha may offer a welcome change when it comes to usability, but the design looks positively frumpy when compared with handsets like the iPhone 4 or Samsung Galaxy S II.
Bottom line With an 800MHz processor, the HTC ChaCha is a fast, capable and comfortable handset. It's not the most stylish, but it's affordable and is packed with features – including a 5-megapixel camera, 3G/HSDPA connectivity, Bluetooth 3.0 and Wi-Fi. Check it o...
80%
itreviews.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
The HTC ChaCha is one of several Android-based smartphones we've seen with front facing keyboards. They generally suffer because their screens are small, and Android has been squished up to fit into them. Android was made for tall narrow screens, and...
Good Good keyboard; solid design; clever Facebook button...
Bad Screen is cramped.
Bottom line The good screen and keyboard make the HTC ChaCha the best attempt we've seen to bring this design of smartphone to Android. The Facebook button will really appeal to some people, but even without that this is a well thought out smartphone...
80%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
If you don’t use Facebook, look away now. The whole design of HTC's ChaCha revolves around the social network. There's a QWERTY keypad to help you type status updates and send messages, the number keys are picked out in Facebook blue and there's a litt...
Bottom line The ChaCha is perfect for heavy Facebook users, but the small screen makes it trickier to surf the rest of the web...
80%
electricpig.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
The HTC ChaCha is shuffling on to shop shelves this month, after a head turning debut at Mobile World Congress in February. Like the HTC Salsa, it’s sporting its very own Facebook button – but with a QWERTY keyboard as well, this one’s aimed square...
Good Solid keyboard and build...
Bad Screen the size of a postage stamp...
Bottom line The HTC ChaCha is what it is: a great smartphone for its form. The Facebook button is merely an optional bonus, since you can simply choose to ignore it if you wish – though it does make sharing easy.But while the Salsa instantly earned its spot as one...
80%
wired.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
"Androids for all!" seems to be HTC's motto these days as the Taiwanese artisans churn out a different model for seemingly every type of punter. This time it's the turn of the text fiends and Facebook friends, with a QWERTY keyboard and some nifty soci...
Good Great QWERTY keyboard, Facebook button has some good tricks...
Bad Screen's too small for Android, Average camera performance...
Bottom line The ChaCha is a solidly built midrange smart phone with a QWERTY keyboard that's every bit as good as any you'll find on an Android phone, and easily stands comparison with Blackberry's henpeckers. The Facebook button is a nice touch that brings genuin...
70%
recombu.com
Updated:
2014-04-02
The ChaCha is one of a pair of FaceBook-centric phones released by HTC, and differentiates itself from the HTC Salsa- and, in fact the majority of HTC’s handset range- with a hard-key keyboard that takes up half of the phone's front.It’s surprising to...
Bottom line Despite its app (and Flash) shortcomings, the ChaCha is refreshing new addition to HTC phone portfolio, bringing their reliable Android know-how to a messenging, keyboard-toting smartphone.This is most certainly a great phone for Facebook addicts (and...
70%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
Billed as a Facebook phone, the HTC ChaCha sambas onto the scene with a blue Facebook button that's ready to waltz you directly to the land of social networking. However, we've previously never found these messaging handsets to fit all that well with the...
Good Stylish design, Excellent keyboard, Crisp screen, Good Facebook integration...
Bad Soso battery life, Landscape screen can feel cramped, No Flash support...
70%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
The second “Facebook phone” from HTC, and launched in tandem with the HTC Salsa, is the HTC ChaCha. It’s strange name for a phone that is something of a strange Android device, offering a format we haven’t seen much of from the Google OS. We can’t kno...
Good Looks great, thoughtful reworking of HTC Sense, runs smoothly...
Bad Some keyboard issues, battery life is pretty poor, some regular apps leave you little space to see what you are doing...
Bottom line A valiant attempt at touch-type Android, but a few niggling problems along the way make the ChaCha a lesser device than it's touchscreen sibling...
70%
digitalversus.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
Contacts are handled in the same sensible way as on other Android phones running Sense, with all of the details brought together in one place. Phone numbers, e-mail addresses and Facebook profiles for each person are available in a single location. Net...
Good Facebook button is genuinely useful, Full size keyboard is easy to use, HTC Sense is as handy as ever, Form factor makes typing easy, Good quality finish...
Bad Interaction with Facebook could be taken much further, Battery life totally unacceptable given the target audience, Poor quality photos, Screen is small with unsatisfactory display quality, Audio quality could be improved...
Bottom line The HTC ChaCha is an interesting concept but it could be taken much further. It should already be able to win over teenager Facebook fans who haven't yet been sucked in by BlackBerry and who enjoy both its distinctive look and its full-size keyboard...
60%
3g.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
Judging by the number of adverts we've seen, it seems that HTC is definitely pushing the ChaCha rather than the Salsa, which seems odd to us, as we think the Salsa is the better performer. Both manage to keep social networking at their heart - but the...
Good Facebook fans have plenty to please them, with onetouch access for adding music, photos, updates, videos and webpages...
Bad Because so much is happening behind the scenes, the ChaCha had to be charged pretty regularly.
60%
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-07
Sit down on a train, ferry or bus, and odds are you’ll see someone, head down, thumbing frantically away at the keyboard of a BlackBerry. Handsets such as the BlackBerry Bold 9800, the hybrid Torch and the Curve 8520 have almost universal appeal, it se...
Bottom line HTC's Facebook phone is a BlackBerry wannabe, but can it stand toe-to-toe with RIM's finest?...
50%
pcpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
Sit down on any London bus, and odds are you'll see someone, head down, thumbing frantically away at the keyboard of a BlackBerry. Handsets such as the BlackBerry Bold 9780 , the hybrid Torch and the Curve 8520 have almost universal appeal, it seems, find...
Bottom line A good keyboard, but the Facebook button of dubious value and the screen is too cramped to be practical...
50%
ausdroid.net
Updated:
2011-11-07
The rumour of HTC manufacturing phones for Facebook may have been false, though the idea of the creating Facebook phones was on HTC’s mind. That’s where the HTC ChaCha and HTC Salsa come in. Both of which are closer to the low-end of the smartphone mar...
Good Funky, stylish design, Physical QWERTY Keyboard, Solid Facebook integration...
Bad I can’t get the back cover off, Some apps only work in landscape because of the screen’s orientation, The App Drawer button disappears on some home screen pages...
Bottom line All in all, I was extremely impressed with what the HTC ChaCha has to offer. It’s certainly for the Facebook addictslovers like myself, and really no one else. It would make no sense for someone to buy this device without having the urge to use Faceb...
0%
techsmart.co.za
Updated:
2014-03-22
With the growth of social networks, it came as little surprise that we would start seeing more phones revolving around the phenomena, and HTC’s ChaCha is one of those. The HTC ChaCha is not a typical Android device. It’s being dubbed the ‘Facebook phon...
0%
coolsmartphone.com
Updated:
2014-03-22
The HTC ChaCha was announced back at Mobile World Congress in February and we were there live to get hands on time with is but as always at these events, with so many people rushing to get hands on time you do not get a chance to really test the phone...
0%
siliconrepublic.com
Updated:
2011-08-01
Bottom line The HTC ChaCha feels like a fusion of Android and BlackBerry sensibilities. The phone’s design is focused on its QWERTY keyboard, which is pretty comprehensive.The buttons are slim, however, I never had any problems typing, as they’re raised and spaced...
0%
tracyandmatt.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-31
One of the most interesting phones to come out of Mobile World Congress from HTC was the HTC ChaCha. The Market hasn't been kind to front facing keyboard, Android devices and there has never been a hit model for this form factor.Instead of going the w...
Bottom line In an attempt to identify if this phone was "down with the kids" I gave it to a 13 year old social maniac called Hannah. I couldn't quite imagine a Barrister walking around excitedly updating Facebook about a recent "injunction lodged successfully agai...
0%
T3.com
Updated:
2011-07-31
Joining its sibling the , the 's main aim is to get you on FaceBook. With a dedicated Facebook button, it's one for the die-hard social networkers and those who love a good old QWERTY keyboard. It’s even one of the lucky phones to be given the thumb...
0%
whatmobile.net
Updated:
2014-04-04
What€s in a name? HTC€s two phones with Facebook access have dance-related monikers. There€s the Salsa and this one, the ChaCha (you can just call it your Facebook phone)Like the Salsa, the HTC ChaCha has a special key badged with the Facebook logo. It si...
0%
Show all