Some see at the HTC First as "the Facebook phon", others as one of the rare phones with stock Android. Whichever camp youíre in, you should know the First is now available on AT&T's website for $99 on a 2-year contract. If you donít want to sign a contract with AT&T, you can get it for $450.
If you do get a contract, plans start at $40 a month plus a data plan of $20 or more a month. The HTC First has LTE connectivity to use on AT&T's 4G network.
The HTC First is available in four colors: White, Black, Red and Pale Blue.
The First will be coming to Europe in a few months, too.
Meanwhile, Facebook Home has also gone live on the Play Store for supported devices, which includes the HTC One X, One X+, Galaxy S III and the Galaxy Note II. Click here to see if it is available for download in your region.
This is a stupid idea turning your smartphone to a face book gadget. yes, you heard it right- facebook gadget this is not a smart phone. Only a few are doped with facebook. what is the meaning in notifications like what your friends are doing now , w...
PLUS i can run Facebook HOME on g3 lol.