HTC Myst Facebook Phone

The HTC Myst #UL is very much in the making and reliable sources have been able to give out the full specifications about this device

Facebook has become an important part of our life. Specially for the youngsters and people who love to socialize, Facebook is the hub of their social life. This is the reason why HTC, Facebook and AT&T teamed up back in the year 2011 to make a mid-segment phone that has a dedicated Facebook button.

This device was the HTC Status – US version of the HTC ChaCha (and the qwerty keypad partner to the full-touch HTC Salsa). In the same year, there was news at AllThingsD.com stating that HTC, Facebook and AT&T will again come together in the next few months to build a handset that will be focused on the social networking site. This device was the HTC Myst #UL which was once known as the HTC Opera.

The HTC Myst #UL is very much in the making and reliable sources have been able to give out the full specifications about this device. These specifications are very similar to the ones that were reported in a leak that happened last month. It is clear that the rumor was almost true since the only thing that seems to have changed is the processing unit that the HTC Myst will have. The earlier rumors said that the HTC Myst #UL would have a 1 GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor from Qualcomm but instead it will have a 1.5 GHz dual-core MSM8960 SoC. The device will have a 1 GB RAM and 16 GB of in-built storage space. Sadly it will not have a micro SD card support which means 16 GB is all you get.

This device will have a 4.3-inch display with a 720p display and pixel density of 320 ppi. The primary camera is a 5 MP camera, and the secondary camera is a 1.6 MP camera. The HTC Myst is expected to be released sometime around Spring this year. It will have an in-built app for Facebook, Facebook Messenger, Instagram and will run on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean operating system.

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