Conclusion: It feels like INQ has handpicked some of the best things that Android has to offer – Facebook, Spotify, SwiftKey – and wrapped it up in an eye-catching and easy to use custom user interface. We think that the INQ Cloud Touch will be a hit with its intended target audience of young(ish) Facebook addicts. Those craving a powerhouse smartphone will probably want to look elsewhere – the 800 MHz processor and lack of support for higher end games and apps won't satisfy.
Excerpt: When Mark Zuckerberg rebutted the rumours of a Facebook phone, he said it was working on deeper integration to mobiles. That is certainly the result with the INQ Cloud Touch, a budget handset for Facebook addicts. But will we be clicking the ‘T3 likes this’ button on this Android 2.2 handset?
Excerpt: The INQ Cloud Touch is a new generation in social mobile from the small UK company who practically invented the connected mobile social experience before everyone else jumped on board. These days there is no shortage of social integration across all mobile platforms, Android especially. So do INQ have what it takes to redefine that social mobile experience again in their popularly-dubbed “Facebook phone?
Pros: Facebook integration, info key, affordable, direct access to Spotify via button
Cons: Some of INQ's features are begging for more functionality, the battery life is poor, and the screen isn't especially good, Wi-Fi iffy at times