INQ1 received the highest honors at the MWC 2009
RIM BlackBerry Storm, the T-Mobile G1 and the Nokia E71. The secret of its success seems to be hidden in its software, which is based on BREW and features an integrated support for Facebook, Last.fm, Skype and Windows Messenger. The device itself does not sport some impressive hardware – it is a typical mid-end slider with a 3.2-megapixel camera, the pictures of which can be directly uploaded to Facebook. Obviously, the future of mobile communications resides in their ability to use the internet and web-based services. Let’s hope that we will see more devices with a similar idea throughout the year.
INQ INQ1 Specifications
source: Business Wire
1. chupum posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:42 0
I'm a HUGE fan of a QWERTY keyboard on my phones, so it's kind of difficult for me to see how this received such praise. However, I do understand people's needs to be on facebook and stay in contact with each other (even though I don't use facebook that often... come to think of it, i should probably update my relationship status to married...)
2. Jyakotu posted on 21 Feb 2009, 20:04 0
I would expect the Facebook for to also include a full QWERTY keyboard. But, to each their own right? Maybe the INQ2 will include one.