Monday , May 21 2018

The ‘Facebook Phone’ or INQ Cloud Touch is coming to Vodafone soon

You may never heard of the INQ Cloud Touch, but you may have heard about the mysterious ‘Facebook Phone‘, well this is it. The INQ Cloud Touch is an Android powered device that is so heavily customised to be Facebook centric that you’d be forgiven for not recognising the underlying Android OS. If you want to learn more about the customisation I highly recommend you check out INQ’s site, it’s pretty impressive. The Cloud Touch is coming to Australia through Vodafone, which may just send people addicted to the Social Network insane with happiness. There’s currently no pricing or information on availability, so we’re just going to have to sit tight for now. Vodafone has listed a few of the cooler specs and you can check out their quick video unboxing after the break.

– Powered by Android 2.2 (FroYo)
– 3.5” display with capacitive touch
– 5.0 Megapixel camera
– Dynamic Facebook home screen allows for easy personalisation and live news feed updates
– Network Support – GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 WCDMA: 900/1900/2100

Source: Vodafone Blog.

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6 Comments on "The ‘Facebook Phone’ or INQ Cloud Touch is coming to Vodafone soon"

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Jake Oliver
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Jake Oliver

Looks like Zeam launcher on it 🙂 Maybe that’s where Cloakt has been…

Either way, not for me, but I’m sure it will fit the target market well.

Julian Pinget
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did anyone else notice it has no home button?

so once you get in the fb app THERE IS NO GOING BACK

Ian Tester
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Um, there is a back button. And perhaps long-pressing the big red central search button is equivalent to the home button.

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An Arsebook crippled robo-fone on Vodafail

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Stephen Crisafulli
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Barf… though i do hope a lot of kids buy this so i have people other than iphone owners to hate on 🙂

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