INQ Cloud Touch

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INQ Cloud Touch
Manufacturer INQ
Series INQ Cloud
Compatible networks Triband HSPA, Quadband GSM, EDGE
Availability by country 6 April 2011
Predecessor INQ Mini 3G, INQ Chat 3G
Related Facebook
Form factor Bar
Weight 122g
Operating system Android 2.2 "Froyo"
CPU Qualcomm 7227 chipset, 600MHz
Memory 512 MB
Storage 4 MB (internal) 4 GB (Micro SD packaged with phone)
Removable storage microSD
Battery 1300mAh
Data inputs Capacitive touchscreen
Display 3.5" HVGA capacitive touchscreen and 1cm touch strip
Rear camera 5 megapixel autofocus
Media Spotify as the default MP3 player
Connectivity WiFi (802.11b/g/n), Bluetooth, GPS, FM Radio

The INQ Cloud Touch is the first Android mobile phone from London-based mobile phone manufacturer INQ.[1] The phone features a Facebook application as the main aspect of the phone, with multiple entry points from the home screen.

History[edit]

The phone was revealed by a press release on INQ's website on 10 February 2011. It then received further media attention at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona a week later. The phone will be released on 6 April 2011[2] in the UK, and will be sold in The Carphone Warehouse and Best Buy stores. It will retail for £199.95 on pay as you go and £20/month on contract.

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Facebook[edit]

Continuing with INQ's ethos of social media integration, the phone includes many features of Facebook such as Places and Chat. After INQ's former CEO Frank Meehan announced that they were "working closely with Facebook", rumours were rife that INQ were going to be producing the Facebook phone, officially branded and endorsed by Facebook.[3]

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