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Release date May, 2011
Brand HTC
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The HTC Salsa is a smartphone designed for social networking. This is similar in specification to the HTC Chacha, but has a larger 3.4 inch touchscreen to replace the QWERTY keyboard. They are otherwise the same, including the dedicated Facebook button that allows for quick posting of whatever is being done with the phone to the social network. A 5 megapixel camera with autofocus and an LED flash is built in, and a VGA front camera allows for easy self-portraits. Full integration with Google applications is handled by the Android 2.4 operating system. Memory can be expanded using the microSD memory card slot, and files quickly copied over using the micro-USB port for saving pictures or loading music and movies onto the phone for later viewing.

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Simply put; If you love using Facebook you will love this phone

Dedicated Facebook button and a ton of Facebook integration (Facebook events automatically show up in calendar)

Runs the latest version of the popular, open source Android operating system (2.3.3 Gingerbread)

Big Screen, Android browser and Flash ensure your browsing experience is almost on par with a desktop

solid HTC design and build with quality materials (soft touch plastic, anodized aluminum, glass display)

dedicated camera button

smaller design - fits nicely in the hand, unlike the majority of oversized phones these days

respectable 3.4" display - 320 x 480px resolution

responsive interface

3G, WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity

FM Radio

microSD slot for storage up to 32GB

5MP camera with LED flash

Do you agree?
If you don't have Facebook or care about Facebook on your phone this is not for you

Multicolored back of the phone may not be for everyone- Looks like a checkerboard

not capable of recording video in high definition

budget smartphone - not worth it for power users next to slightly more expensive all-out options with much better internal components, displays

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