HTC is prepping an Android phone with a dedicated Facebook button, reports suggest.
Speculation about a collaboration between the two tech giants has been rife for some time, with some forecasting that they were working on a Facebook branded handset. However, while Facebook has continually refuted that rumour, it seems it’s not entirely without basis.
According to a report from the Financial Times (FT), HTC’s product portfolio will soon be augmented by a phone that offers one-touch access to the social networking service. What’s more, if the FT is to believed said device is reputedly set to debut at this month’s Mobile World Congress (MWC), alongside the first-ever HTC tablet, expected to be titled the Flyer or Scribe.
News of the Taiwanese phone maker’s plans comes after INQ this week announced two new handsets, dubbed the Cloud Touch and Cloud Q, that replace a standard layout with a homescreen packed with Facebook features.
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