The HTC First has launched as an exclusive on AT&T today for $99 on a new two-year contract with the mobile operator. Are you excited?
The HTC First not only represents the first pre-installed Facebook Home phone experience, AT&T is also targeting it as their flagship handset this spring.
The Facebook Home APKs that were leaked this morning have been disabled by Facebook. Users report a blank screen that only displays their profile picture.
Although not scheduled for release until April 12th, a leaked pre-release version of Facebook Home has surfaced.
It looks like HTC First runs stock Android underneath Facebook Home, a feature that was overlooked after Facebook and HTC unveiled the handset.
In a blog post, Facebook answered various questions related to its new Facebook Home user interface for Android.
The HTC First launches April 12 running Facebook Home, and according to HTC and Facebook, the phone runs a slightly modified, “unforked” version of Android.
Back when the HTC One was known to the media by its M7 codename, there were two other HTC phones rumored to come our way in the first half of 2013. These were dubbed M4 and G2 and looked like smaller and more modest cousins of the company’s latest flagship.
The HTC First will be launching in the United Kingdom exclusively on the nation’s first 4G LTE carrier, EE, sometime during the summer.
For those interested in getting your hands on the HTC First through AT&T without a contract, the phone can be yours for $450 outright.