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The images of HTC First, the Facebook smartphone, keep coming


The images of HTC First, the Facebook smartphone, keep coming

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April 4, 2013

HTC First - Facebook Home

A few hours after the start of the Facebook event that will talk about something related to Android. Images still appear on the web HTC First device, the smartphone that the Taiwanese company would have created to be the first to use the modification of the Android operating system that has come to be known as Facebook Home.

Yesterday we saw the first images. First, there was an image that seemed rendered that showed a phone with some control buttons that we missed deeply but that could be explained with a navigation system and shortcuts and shortcuts to this launcher or custom OS. Later, we saw that the model of being real would come in several colors and we also met some of its specifications that pigeonholed it in the mid-range.

HTC First

The social network has invited the press today at 10 am Pacific Time, 7 pm in Europe. Well, just a few hours before images continue to arrive from HTC First. They come from 9to5google and ratify what we saw on that first occasion and give us the opportunity to see the user interface for the first time.

We are facing a minimalist approach operating system, with the Messenger service very prominent and the images linked to contacts With a central role.

HTC First - Facebook Home

We have also had access, rather confirmation of Technical specifications. Filtration initially came from PC Advisor. This is a 4.3 inch smartphone with 720p HD screen. It will have a dual core processor at 1.5 GHz accompanied by 1 GB of RAM to run an operating system based on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. We will have 16 GB storage, which cannot be expanded by SD card. It will have two cameras: a 1.6 MPX front and a 5 MPX rear. It will have WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0 and will have support for 4G LTE networks.

Although it looks good, a survey says that almost no one is interested in the device.

Source: PC Advisor