HTC today announced that the first Facebook Home device, the aptly named HTC First, will be available starting from April 12. The HTC First (formerly Myst) features a a 4.3-inch 720p HD display, a dual-core Snapdragon 400 processor, 4G LTE support, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, a …
The first official render of the HTC Myst may have just leaked online, if the latest image from @evleaks proves to be legit. Known as the “HTC First” this is widely expected to be the name of the Facebook Phone that gets announced later this …
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 …
There is no Facebook phone. According to the Wall Street Journal, Facebook’s upcoming Android announcement is actually more of a home screen experience and not an actual device. That rumored HTC Myst? It’s just the first device to come from a partner, which, in this …
Could we see the next-gen Facebook phone or is this just a refreshed Android app?
New details hitting Unwired View today line up nearly spec-for-spec on early rumored hardware for the upcoming HTC Myst. Also known as a Facebook phone, this is about as close as we’ll get to another handset dedicated to the social platform. It’s not quite clear …
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