Hello ,

Do you use Facebook a lot? Like, a lot a lot? If the answer is yes, then the HTC First may be the smartphone for you. It’s the first to include Facebook’s new mobile software, called Home, which attempts to remake the smartphone experience around your friends’ Facebook activity. If, on the other hand, you’re not a heavy user of Facebook, then the First, and its new interface, may leave you rolling your eyes or scratching your head.

After years of rumor, Facebook phone aka HTC first is all set to lauch on 12th april 2013. Facebook is selling it with this tagline “People are more important than apps” . Well i feel facebook has hit the nail at the right place. Yes and Why not !! My Friends , Family are more important than my applications. i would love to see My girlfriend face pop-up on big screen when i am talking to her. Great idea!!

How to install facebook home>>>

To install Home, you simply need to download it from Google Play and run the app. When you do, you’ll see a dialog box or two asking if you’d like to set Facebook Home as your default launcher when you hit the home button — it’s a fairly easy setup process, and if you decide you don’t want to use it later, there are settings within Home that let you turn it off. While testing it on the HTC First  it is reported  that you can disable Home but still keep using the Messenger “Chat Head” feature on top of your current Android setup — more on that in a bit.

 

“Facebook invades Android with a new lock-screen and a new chat experience”

Well HTC First , will be the First phone to offer this facility of “Facebook Home”lets take a look at the features of HTC First.

There isn’t that much to say about the First’s hardware. It looks like other nicely designed mid-range smartphones, with a soft-feeling plastic back and sides, and rounded corners. The only physical indication that there’s anything different about this handset is a tiny Facebook logo on the back, alongside those of HTC and AT&T. It has a 4.3-inch touchscreen, a ho-hum five-megapixel camera, and generally felt zippy over AT&T’s 4G network. For $99, with a two-year AT&T contract, it’s a decent smartphone.

So people give your reviews about this new Facebook Home and HTC First !!

Till then Happy Blogging 🙂

 

 

 

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