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  • Facebook Home and HTC First in Photos 

    The HTC First is the first phone to ship with Facebook's Home software. This is the lock screen, which shows your "cover feed." The feed will page through different photos and updates from your "newsfeed." 
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  • Facebook Home and HTC First in Photos 

    This is the black version of the HTC First phone. The phone comes in a number of colors, including blue and red. It has a 4.3-inch screen and a 5-megapixel camera, and will cost $99.99 at AT&T with a two-year contract.
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  • Facebook Home and HTC First in Photos 

    The phone has rounded edges, which makes it more comfortable to hold. It launches at AT&T on April 12, 2013. 
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  • Facebook Home and HTC First in Photos 

    You can tap the circular profile photo to get to your apps, Messenger app or the last app you had open. 
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  • Facebook Home and HTC First in Photos 

    Messaging is at the center of the Home software. Here is a group chat. Along the top of the app you can see the "chat heads"
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  • Facebook Home and HTC First in Photos 

    The apps tray includes your regular apps. You can also update your Facebook status or upload a photo from the top bar. 
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  • Facebook Home and HTC First in Photos 

    Facebook Home can run on different Android devices. Here it is running on the Galaxy Note. The software will be downloadable from the Google Play store on April 12, 2013. You can download it to the HTC One, Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note II. 
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  • Facebook Home and HTC First in Photos 

    If you decide the software is not for you, you can easily disable it in the Home settings. 
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