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March 25, 2013 by Dean Quinn
The existence of the fabled HTC Myst Facebook phone has been confirmed by approval report documents on the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) website.
For the uninitiated, the FFC is the government agency in that there America charged with overseeing communications technology and the media across the pond, much like Ofcom does in Blighty. The fact that this official body has actual proper documents relating to this phone pretty much assures us that it exists.
Prior to this the HTC Myst had surfaced online when the notoriously leaky Twitter account @evleaks unleashed the info on tech site UnwiredView.
HTC Myst specs
Rumoured specifications of the HTC Myst Facebook phone include:
There is speculation that the device will also feature a Facebook app, Facebook Messenger, Instagram, and other official preloaded Facebook applications.
However, it’s thought that the HTC Myst won’t feature a dedicated Facebook button like its predecessor, the HTC ChaCha, did.
Now that the FCC has records of the device it looks like it will definitely come to fruition, but it is not known whether the HTC Myst will launch in the UK.
So Facebook fans sit tight and we’ll let you know of any further developments on this one.
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