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Facebook-pimped phone arrives in the form of INQ's Cloud Q

INQ set to launch Facebook-integrated phones

| Mobile Devices News | Posted: Feb 10, 2011 1:00 am

Facebook has been rumored for a while now to have their own themed phone but, INQ have been getting jiggy with Facebook as of late and have created an Android 2.2-powered that is heavily focused on Facebook integration. The below pictured device, INQ Cloud Touch and also another device named Cloud Q - which includes a QWERTY keypad.

 

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Both devices feature triband HSPA, 3.5-inch capactive touchscreen display, 5 megapixel autofocus camera, Exchange support, insane-looking Facebook integration and Spotify for your music loving needs. INQ's devices are the first mobiles to have Facebook Social Graph API, which lets you see your most important Facebook content on your homescreen.

 

Another feature is the keyboard technology which is based on SwiftKey, which predicts not only what word you're typing but what words you may type based on some AI-super hacks (I use it on my HTC Desire and absolutely could not live without SwiftKey). The Cloud Touch are set to debut in April at Carphoen Warehouse and BestBuy in the UK, with the Cloud Q looking to set down in Q3.

 

NEWS SOURCES:Engadget.com

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