If you happen to be in the market for a phone with a Facebook button, AT&T wants you to know that their HTC Status is now available. It’s a portrait QWERTY that has HTC Sense (for messengers) and a 2.8 inch portrait-oriented touchscreen. Inside is an 800MHz scorpion processor, 512MB of RAM and comes with a 2GB microSD card. You’ll also get both front and rear cameras. You can land it for just $50 today. Head over to AT&T’s site to get started. Be sure to take a gander at our initial hands-on and impressions and be on the lookout for a full review headed your way sometime soon.
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