The INQ Cloud Q is a QWERTY touch and type mobile phone running on Android and designed to come in where the INQ Chat 3G left off, offering smartphone features along with a full keyboard for those who love to bash out messages.Like the INQ Cloud Touch, also announced today, the INQ Cloud Q will run on Android 2.2 at launch and offer a highly customised user interface with the emphasis on the experience, rather than hitting spec sheet buzzwords.\u00a0Of course the biggest buzzword is Facebook, with a Facebook experience the likes of which we\u2019ve never seen before in an Android, or any, device. INQ has obviously spent a lot of time really working on the details to give you integration with the social network so that it feels completely natural - not just an app.You\u2019ll benefit from all the usual apps that Android offers, although the smaller 2.6-inch screen size will mean that the experience might not directly translate. We're yet to see exactly how the specs break down, but with the INQ Cloud Q pitched at the affordable end of the market, we suspect it will be close to the INQ Cloud Touch.You\u2019ll find the default music player is from Spotify (although you\u2019ll need a Premium account if you want its music streaming too) accessed via a dedicated key on the side.\u00a0Across the bottom of the screen you\u2019ll find a control bar that offers menu, home and back controls. Around the back the INQ Cloud Q offers a 3-megapixel camera.No wording on exact pricing, we guess it might hit a \u00a315\/20 a month contract price, sending the BlackBerry Curve 8520 scurrying for cover. The INQ Cloud Q will be available through Carphone Warehouse and Best Buy in Q3 2011.