HTC, the world's fifth-largest smartphone maker, recently shows two socail neteorking phones and its first tablet computer.
The devices will all run Google's Android operation system, which indicate the end of 10-year reign of Nokia's Symbian operation system.
HTC worked with Facebook to integrate the social network into the phones, adding a dedicated Facebook key with the "F" logo that pulsates when users are doing something shareable on the phone.
HTC also announced a tablet computer, the "Flyer," a high-end device with an aluminum housing, a 7-inch diagonal touchscreen, and a 1.5 gigahertz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.
The Taiwan-based company also introduced new versions of its hit models Desire, Wildfire and Incredible.
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