Excerpt: The INQ1 phone is acting just like a Palm Pre. Well, sort of. When the Pre was announced earlier this month, pundits, analysts and other blowhards were quick to praise Palm for integrating so many web-based applications in its savior device.
Pros: Brightly hued, easy to use, easy-to-sync OS pairs perfectly with your Facebook account. Skype integration is thoughtful. Thoughtfully spaced keys make texting, entering URLs rather pleasant. Camera takes photos that are sharp enough to be a profile picture. Extremely cheap for an unlocked device.
Cons: Humdrum hardware punctuates novel OS. Not offered in the United States … yet. Battery life is clinically depressing when surfing the web, using Skype.
Conclusion: Overall the INQ Cloud Touch offers up an interesting twist on Android: this isn’t a copycat device, it is original in its design and there are some very positive benefits that INQ have brought to the table.
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
Excerpt: L'idea del Facebook Phone ha sempre incontrato sostenitori e detrattori. Vantaggiosa o accidentata che sia, la strada dell'integrazione con il social network blu ormai è stata percorsa da diversi produttori, e anche se alcuni telefoni montano addirittura un tasto F dedicato , l'INQ Cloud Touch che...