HTC Status is the next Smartphone from the company which has a dedicated facebook share button that enables you to post anythings to social networking websites i.e/ photos, videos, status updates.HTC status proudly powered by Android OS, v2.3 (Gingerbread) and Qualcomm MSM7227 800 MHz processor. HTC’s status is an exclusive HTC ChaCha launched by AT & T in the United States. HTC status have the same specs as the HTC ChaCha.
HTC’s status Android operating system using 2.3 Gingerbread with 2.6-inch touch screen support and a full QWERTY keyboard. When HTC announced the Status, its first phone that fully integrates with Facebook, I thought it would be a cheap gimmick.
The HTC Status adds Facebook to the mix. Then there's the Facebook button on the keyboard. HTC developed its own Facebook chat app that comes pre-loaded on the Status. While the Status is technically an Android-powered smartphone, it's still hurt by it's small, 2.6-inch screen size. The Status runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread along with version 3.0 of HTC's Sense skin. Underneath that, there's another tiny widget that displays the latest post from your Facebook news feed. After spending several days using the Status, I almost wish HTC didn't load the Status with Android.It's main selling point is increased Facebook integration. Overall, my first impression of the HTC Status is of a well-built and usable low-end phone with good Facebook integration. The $49 HTC Status, the country's first "Facebook phone," entices you to share everything you're doing by pressing its softly glowing dedicated Facebook logo button. When the sideways screen affects the Facebook app, though, things really hurt.