on April 12. For those without a calendar handy, that means you can expect to find Facebook Home available a week from tomorrow. In the meantime, here is a breakdown of the features that one can expect if they choose to use Home.
Facebook came out swinging today. Or at least some might think so. As I'm sure many of you know today Facebook detailed their plan to get social to the core of Android. With Facebook Home taking over our smartphones, chat heads making communication easy, and of course the first device known as the HTC first. If you want one read on to find out how and when.
Facebook and HTC have done a relatively good job keeping this a secret for the most part, but now we have all the info. Announced moments ago is what we'll all be calling the HTC first - the first Facebook Phone! The leaks were legit, the phone is real and headed to AT&T, and we have all the details below.
"Come See Our New Home on Android" event which is as the teaser would imply -- all about Android. Based on recent rumors and leaks, we are expecting a smartphone announcement and also an app. Or based on the leaks, a better description for the app may be launcher.
Facebook app for Android and Facebook Home, but also a smartphone. It will be gracing the hands of users at the Facebook Home press event this afternoon. With a few leaks already in the bag many assumed it would be AT&T, but we can now confirm AT&T's own CEO Ralph de la Vega is in the building.
HTC and Facebook's plans for their event tomorrow. After the initial leaked photo appeared yesterday giving us our first look at the 'HTC first' Facebook Phone, another has arrived today with the smartphone sporting 3 color options. Now all we need is for it to be official and to get our hands on it.