INQ has just announced the Cloud Touch and Cloud Q; two Android-powered phones with integrated Facebook features.
Both of these phones deliver a “fully live Facebook experience” that integrates things like Facebook Chat, Messages, Places, Wall posts and other notifications into the phones menu system, instead of you accessing everything through the standard Facebook app.
Both the Cloud Touch and Cloud Q come with Spotify as the default music player, which can be accessed through a dedicated external key. No idea how this will work for non-subscribers – we assume it’d just let you play your own music through the Spotify app, like it currently does with ‘local’ MP3s.
Android 2.2/Froyo is present on both phones, meaning you’ll be able to access most of the apps from the Android Market and install some on your SD card to save space.
The INQ Cloud Touch features a 3.5-inch touchscreen, Wi-Fi and 3G (HSDPA) for fast net access, and a 5-megapixel camera (no flash). There’s a microSD card slot, GPS for Google Maps, a 3.5mm camera and an FM Radio should you get bored of your Spotify playlists.
There’s not much information available on the INQ Cloud Q yet, other than that it’ll come with a 2.6-inch. The INQ Cloud Touch is due to arrive in the summer, with the Cloud Q following shortly after.
Stay tuned for some hands-on pics of the INQ Cloud Touch, coming soon.