taking pictures, listening to tunes, or sending messages. That meant that the picture, song or text that you were in the middle of producing, could be sent on to your Facebook page. While Android 2.3.3 was aboard, the HTC Status had an 800MHz Qualcomm MSM7227 under the hood. Rear-facing and front-facing cameras came in at 5MP and .3MP respectively.
So what is the status of the HTC Status? Until we hear officially from AT&T-and the carrier at this time seems to refute the story that the Facebook-centric phone is all washed up-we would have to answer that no, at this moment AT&T is not ready to give up on the device. At $49.99 after a 2-year contract, the cost is hardly what is holding back sales of the phone. It could be that Android users are paying more for a higher-end model and then just using the Facebook app that comes with the unit. Whatever the problem, where there is smoke there is fire and perhaps AT&T simply floated a trial balloon about the future of the HTC Status with AT&T.