INQ Cloud Touch phones now on sale

INQ Cloud Touch

The so-called “Facebook phone” from UK has finally gone up for sale. After being previewed and then officially announced in February, folks in the UK can now get their hands on the device. This Android 2.2 phone packs a 3.5″ (480 x 320) display, an 800MHz Qualcomm MSM7227 processor, FM Radio, 5 megapixel camera GPS, Bluetooth and WiFi. The phone with have Facebook completely integrated with the device – a Facebook newsfeed directly on your homescreen, Facebook Places, Facebook Chat, Friends, Messages, Walls and Notifications all accessible in a single click, and even your Facebook Events synced with Google Calendar. It’s going to be the first of many “Facebook phones” we’ll see this year, including the HTC ChaCha and HTC Salsa. The INQ Cloud Touch is on sale now for $489 (£299.95). Any takers?

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