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Friday, April 12, 2013
HTC First Launches In The U.S.


The HTC First, the first smartphone to come with the Facebook Home suite of apps pre-installed, officially arrives in US stores this weekend.

Exclusively available from AT&T, the Android-powered handset features a Facebook-themed layer bringing the social network front and center and pushing everything else into the background.

AT&T is expected to offer the HTC First for $99 on a two-year contract or for $449 without contract.

In Europe, France Telecom has confirmed that it will be exclusively launching the handset in France and the UK.


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