17/01/2019

‘HTC First’ Facebook phone UI pictured in leaked shots

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A minimalist mix of vanilla Android and Facebook influences

A day after we got our first look at the external hardware of the 'HTC First,' more leaked images claim to show the device's UI. Expectedly, today's images released by 9to5Google in collaboration with @evleaks put the new 'Facebook Home' home screen launcher is front and center. But what's a little surprising is that the rest of the phone's UI seems pretty close to vanilla Android — the three leaked images show the stock Gallery, Camera, Phone and Settings apps, along with Google apps like Search, Chrome and the Play Store.

The big question remains, though — besides a custom launcher, what is Facebook bringing to the table that requires its own hardware? We suppose we'll find out tomorrow at the company's launch event in California.

Source: 9to5Google

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