HTC must've had a vision, foreseeing the very new fast spreading social networking fever a long time before. Word is that HTC had been planning about their new android phone HTC ChaCha since the early days of social networking mania, recently launched with one touch access to all major social networking sites.
The android Gingerbread OS powered HTC ChaCha has a 600 MHz processor enabling a faster Facebook and quicker tweeting. New in the family is another new HTC mobile running Android 2.3 with a much more advanced 1 GHz processor under the title the full touch Smartphone. With an inbuilt 768 MB RAM HTC Desire is definitely a step or two ahead of ChaCha, which reflects in their price too. Desire, which was launched some time back, has made good sales in Indian market.
The first look reviews of both the new mobile handsets has some interesting comparison notes, starting with the identical network support technology to the 5MP camera situated in the rear of both the phones. The voice and video recording facilities are the same with the available option of LED flash, VGA camera with a good pixel assembly of 2592 X 1944.The unibody design coated with aluminum giving it a good finish is what makes the phones even more desirable.
While HTC ChaCha gives a 512 MB ROM and a 512 MB internal RAM, HTC Desire satisfies the high end desires of the gadget lovers with an inbuilt 1.1 GB ROM and a 768 MB RAM. Though both the new mobile handsets has the memory expandable option with a MicroSD up to 32 GB, it completely reverses the opinion while you go check for the Bluetooth connectivity, where it's a version 3.0 support with A2DP in ChaCha unlike the 2.0 support in Desire. The power management of the system is equally designed so as to give them a constant 430 hours standby time. The connectivity is made appropriate with microUSB v2.0 in both the sets, with improved GPRS and EDGE supports for ChaCha.
But the highlight feature in Desire when it comes to connectivity would be the 5.76 Mbps 3G usage and HTC ChaCha is nowhere near to compete with that. The key points in GPS navigation applications are listed somewhat equally with some added basic features of organizer applications apart from the document viewers, Gmail, goggle map download applications and map viewer and a Picasa integrated Google search and yes the new Wi-Fi 802.11 backup.
HTC ChaCha had its launch in the month of February this year with an average estimated cost of RS.14999 and offering a wide range of accessories to select from and also with a 1 year warranty for the phone and 6 month warranty for the real accessories of HTC in India. HTC Desire released this march has been the top priority to the customers wanting to have a budget friendly android smart phone.