As proclaimed by the company, HTC First will be available with AT&T and EE and will be loaded with a pre-installed Facebook Home. So if you are willing to outgo $450, then AT&T is offering this smartphone – without contract – to you, with which a never before Facebook experience is waiting for you. However, if you want to take the contract route, AT&T is offering HTC First for just $99.
Apart from Facebook home, the spec-sheet of HTC First also consists of Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 dual-core powered handset with 1GB of RAM, 720p resolution 4.3-inch display screen, a 5MP rear and 1.6MB front camera. The smartphone runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Spending out $450 at a go may prove a bit hard for most of us and this is what makes me imagine that most of us will give preference to contract. Another thing that is pertinent to mention here is that if you are opting for HTC First prominently because of pre-installed Facebook Home, we would like you to take note that Facebook Home will also be compatible with some other high-end smartphones and will be available at the Google Play Store.
Not much technical know-how is required to install Facebook Home on the smartphones with which it is simpatico. So you may well like to give it a thought to other smartphones such as LG Nexus 4, of which you can get an unlocked version in/or less than $450. Choice is solely yours.