The HTC First has barely been announced and it’s already making headlines again, it seems the supposed ‘Facebook phone’ is a midrange dream as it turns out the device is actually the harbinger of stock Android to those who love HTC, but hate Sense.
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On Thursday at the Facebook Home launch event, Facebook made it pretty clear that Facebook Home could be turned off with the tap of a button taking away all of the faff that users may not want in their life. As it turns out though, if the HTC First, the first device to come with Facebook Home preloaded, has its Facebook Home switched off, users will find themselves with the stock version of Android instead of HTC Sense, which many Android users seem to dislike.
What it means is that not only is it the first HTC to run stock Android since the T-Mobile G2 that was launched in 2010, but it’s also means that users can get the stock Android taste without hacks.