Facebook Home experience to be compatible with other Android models

Facebook Home experience to be compatible with other Android models

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New details for the Facebook Home experience suggest that the app/launcher could be offered across other Android smartphones. The team at Android Police have been able to rip into the APK/ROM for the HTC Myst.

As expected, the Facebook Home experience looks to be a more fleshed out home screen and launcher tied to multiple Facebook apps and services. According to the details, Facebook Home looks to be compatible with TouchWiz and, presumably other Android builds.

The HTC Myst appears to be a blend of Android 4.1.2 and HTC’s Sense 4.5  and features much of the hardware rumored over the last few weeks. We should expect to see an AT&T smartphone announcement for the HTC handset on April 4. Specs include a dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, 5-megapixel rear camera, 1.6-megapixel front-facing camera, and the standard fare of connectivity.

Unfortunately, the full on breakdown of the app experience is limited; specific Facebook accounts are required to dive deeper.

AndroidPolice

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