Updated on:Aug 24, 2016
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The first Facebook Phone
HTC First possesses a world class S-LCD 3 Capacitive Multi-Touch display of 4.3-inch exhibiting an incredible clarity. Running on Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) OS, this smartphone features a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels along with a pixel density of 341 ppi.
HTC First gets powered with a massively powerful 1.4Ghz Dual-Core Krait Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 Processor coupled with 1GB of LP DDR2 RAM. This superb configuration assures the device to be unbeatable by its competitors.
HTC First boasts a 5MP Rear Camera with BSI Sensor and Full HD video recording features along with a 1.6MP Front Camera with ultra-wide angle for video calling.
Connectivity and Battery
On the connectivity front, HTC First includes 4G LTE, 3G, GPS with A-GPS, Glonass, Bluetooth, WiFi, Micro USB and NFC as its features. It has been fueled with a 2000 mAh battery.
HTC First is totally a social network device which makes update, posts comments and a lot more with a single touch with its Live Facebook Home Stream features. Thus, it is a perfect buying option in today’s scenario when almost everyone stays glued to social networking sites. However, if not very much demanding about Facebook feature, then one may also consider the Samsung Galaxy S3 and Nokia Lumia 920 for such a processor.
Announced alongside the Facebook Home launcher, the HTC First for AT&T is the first smartphone to feature the social network`s Android add-on out of the box. Launching a dedicated "Facebook phone" isn`t an unfamiliar affair for HTC - back in 2011, the Taiwanese manufacturer released the Salsa and ChaCha duo of entry-level devices. HTC First official photos Facebook Home aside, the HTC First features a spec sheet, mostly taken from last year`s top...
Verdict: There`s a lot more to the HTC First than Facebook Home. With solid build quality, minimalist looks, pocket-friendly size, and capable hardware, the handset is arguably the most appealing mid-range Android smartphone at the moment. We were most surpri...