HTC attempted its hand at “Facebook phones” in the past with the HTC Salsa and the HTC ChaCha, two Android smartphones with dedicated Facebook buttons. We’ve heard of a new device that may follow in the trails blazed by those phones, it’s apparently dubbed the Myst, and now the phone has stopped by the FCC for a quick stamp of approval.
Engadget spotted the FCC filing on Friday and noticed the PM33100 model number, which apparently lines up with earlier Myst-based rumors. The phone packs LTE bands for AT&T, which makes sense considering the ChaCha landed on that carrier as the HTC Status. The phone isn’t packing super high-end specs, however, so we doubt this is going to be any sort of Facebook flagship smartphone.
A rumor from a few weeks back suggests the HTC Myst will launch with Android Jelly Bean, a dual-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz, a 5-megapixel camera, Bluetooth 4.0 and a relatively small 4.3-inch display with a 720p resolution.