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'The HTC Facebook Phone!' The HTC First is every die-hard Facebook fans perfect smart phone with complete integration of the social network right down to a 'live' home-screen which overlays the Android operating system.
The HTC First lets you stay fully up-to-date with all of your Facebook friends' status', pictures and posts right from your home-screen without having to continually log-in or navigate to the Facebook App.
Aside from this immersive social experience the HTC First is also a powerful and pocket friendly device, run by a dual-core 1.4GHz processor with 1GB of RAM the phone offers a 4.3 inch 720p HD display, the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS, a 5 mega pixel camera, 4G connection speeds over LTE networks, 16GB of internal memory and NFC technology.
The phone is powered by a good sized 2000mAh battery and all of that technology has been packed into a sleek casing measuring 126 x 65 x 9mm and a weight of 124g.
What we think of the HTC First:If you love keeping up with your friends on Facebook then the HTC First makes this easier than ever, not only can you see what's going on but posting, sharing and interacting is just a click away.
This is all backed up by some decent specifications including a good battery life, high quality camera and an HD touch screen all squeezed into a pocket friendly size phone with an appealing, minimalistic design. Get Facebooking!
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