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HTC ChaCha Gets Speed Boost

Article by on Monday, 6 June 2011

The HTC ChaCha, HTC’s first portrait QWERTY Blackberry beaterm has been given a speed boost from 600Mhz to 800Mhz apparently.

No hardware changes have been reported and so we can only assume this is some software tweaking.

According to ITProPortal:

HTC has quietly upgraded the Chacha, its first Android smartphone to come with a portrait oriented keyboard, with an 800MHz Qualcomm SoC, up from a 600MHz model, a 33 per cent improvement which should translate into a better user experience.


Link – ITProPortal

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