It takes two to tango, HTC seem to think. The HTC Salsa joins the ChaCha in a bid to treat young Android users to as much Facebook as they can handle. The little blue button makes an appearance again, this time in a more familiar context. While the ChaCha takes its QWERTY keyboard off the beaten path, the Salsa is a typical Android package. Itís got a solid build and seems like a well spec'd midrange smartphone - an HTC Wildfire S for Facebookers.
The Salsa has something the ChaCha doesn't: a family tree. The Salsa is part of the new generation of midrange phones by HTC, along with the likes of the Wildfire S. But calling it a Facebook-centric Wildfire S would be oversimplifying or just plain wrong. As a matter of fact, HTC went on to give the Salsa more than just that tiny Facebook button. It tops the Wildfire S in terms of screen size and processor clock speed, and throws in a few features that the Wildfire S didn't bother with - like video calls, HD video and web Flash support.
Let's take a look at the complete feature list and the possible deal breakers.
There seems to be so little to worry about but we're yet to get into the details. As a mid-range smartphone, the Salsa will not set your expectations too high. But users who know what to expect will not be disappointed. The unibody design, the hallmark build quality and the latest Android are all in the deal.
So, it's a neat little smartphone with a thing for Facebook, one that many are getting ready to befriend. As for us, we have a job to do before we hit "Like". Our usual tour of the hardware coming up.
I am using this phone since last 1.5 years: Pros: 1.Screen secsitivity and touch response is excellent 2.Hardly the phone hangs 3.Fast access to applications 4. Good look and feel 5.Robust( I accidently dropped it from my hand 3-4 tim...
Nice phone I m happy with that phone
worst phone with low internal memory