The HTC ChaCha is currently available in only a few markets, and we are all waiting when this phone will be launched in the U.S. via AT&T by the end of this quarter. The first pictures of the AT&T’s version of the smartphone show it went through some changes. The image below compares the original Chacha and the AT&T’s one.
First the carrier changed the Facebook button’s view — unlike the original model here we can see the button has rounded edges. Though there are not many changes in the keypad, the Fn, Tab and Euro symbol keys’ replacement with Alt, Shift and .com is obvious. The screen became more narrow as usually Android phones don’t show the network name in the status bar on top. In the picture above we can clearly see AT&T’s 3G network icon.
The HTC Chacha is a mid-range smartphone, and we can’t say it’s really great, but it is designed especially for those who spend much time in Facebook. Initially, the phone should sport a 600MHz processor, but recently the handset has been updated up to a 800MHz one.