The handset uses widgets as shortcuts to your favorite Facebook features like People, Events, Notifications, and Places. Your main Facebook feed is displayed right in the center of the screen with a shortcut to a Facebook Chat application at the bottom. INQ Mobile CEO Frank Meehan said, "We want to do for the Facebook generation what BlackBerry did for the enterprise market. For someone under 30 this is the stuff you want to see all the time."
The INQ Cloud Touch is expected to launch first in Europe during May. That should be followed up with a U.S. release assuming a carrier is found willing to subsidize the device. A version with a QWERTY keyboard called the INQ Cloud Q is also in the works.