HTC's First is, in fact, the first handset that's fully integrated with Facebook's new Android interface app, Facebook Home.
Want to get your hands on Facebook's fresh mobile device? AT&T's HTC First smartphone goes on sale April 12 for $99.99.
Facebook messages become your start screen. If you don't like Facebook Home, you can disable it completely and use the First as a stock Android phone.
With the exception of openings for the headset jack, Micro-USB charging port, and SIM card slot, the First is all sealed up. That means there's no microSD card slot or removable battery.
Luckily, it's coated with a soft-touch finish that makes the First comfortable to hold.
The First's 5-megapixel camera takes some pretty good shots for its resolution, and also captures 1080p HD video. Nice!
You'll find the phone's power button and 3.5mm headset jack up top.
Besides black, you can buy the HTC First in white, red, or light blue.
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