• http://TransientTangent.com/ Blake Mitchell


    • http://twitter.com/danlocker Daniel Locker

      Pleased with yourself?..

      • http://TransientTangent.com/ Blake Mitchell

        This is literally, the first time I have ever posted a first comment. Hopefully, I won't be tempted to do it again.

        • fixxmyhead

          tempted again? wtf is so tempting about it?

    • John O’Connor

      HTC Last

  • http://thesetup.pl/ 6GhosT9

    HTC One, HTC First. Seems legit.

    • Justin Winker

      Sadly, it doesn't have the same specs as the One. Not that I would buy it then either, but still - that might give it some pull in the high-end market.

      • http://thesetup.pl/ 6GhosT9

        I just ment the name. They go together very nicely... ;)

  • http://www.Nave360.com Sebastian Gorgon

    Looks like an iPod Touch 'First' gen

    • fixxmyhead

      well HTC does seem so be taking some design cues from the iphone (HTC ONE) so it doesnt surprise me

  • http://twitter.com/navjotbatra Navjot

    Why the hell isn't a Facebook phone called the Like?

    • http://twitter.com/Vizualize a.d.AM

      What about the Facebook Poke??

      • mgamerz

        The HTC Stalk

    • Michael

      cuz no one is gonna like it except shitheads

  • Ryggore Mettane

    How can you call this a "Facebook Phone"? This is just a launcher pre-installed on a HTC phone. When the Facebook app came pre-installed on the iPhone (and even had some integrations), do you call it a Facebook Phone?

  • Ray

    I don't think I've ever seen any phone look more like an iPhone then this.

    I can see Apple and HTC in court already if this is the real deal.

    • Larizard

      no, remember, they signed a deal?

      • Ray

        Now that you mention that, I do remember some deal happening between them but not to sure on the details.

        I didn't think it would allow HTC to stick their parts inside an iPhone shell though. :)

        • Michael

          apple uses Samsung parts. lol

  • Larizard

    This is HTC's attack on the mid-tier audience, while the One is their marquee product on the higher end.

    hmm.. team up with Facebook for a mid tier phone,, interesting strategy,, Let's see how it pans out.