INQ Chat 3G

INQ Chat 3G is basically a social networking phone that keeps you constantly connected, with push Email, Facebook, Twitter, Windows Live Messenger and Skype and IM at a very good price. INQ Chat 3G enables you to customize your home screen to include up to three live feeds at a time. For a full social networking experience, it comes with a QWERTY keyboard with raised keys for comfortable use. Navigation on the INQ Chat 3G is made easy where all of the apps are on the scroll bar at the bottom of the home screen that can be controlled by either the D-pad or the switch key on the right-hand side of the handset. It comes with preinstalled settings for email interfaces so all you have to do is enter your email address and password. Gmail users get instant notification of new mails as they arrive in the inbox. However, other providers like Hotmail and Yahoo deliver all new email at set intervals.

INQ Chat 3G features an Active Address Book that enables you to see if your friends are online and choose how you would want to contact them. Facebook profile pics and status updates of your friends before are shown before you speak to them either through Facebook, IM, text or a voice call. Its INQ Hub feature can be utilized to get support, downloads and apps straight to your phone. With HSDPA and 3G capability, INQ Chat 3G is designed to run on the fastest networks in the world. INQ Chat 3G can also be used as a wireless modem by simply plugging it to your laptop through the USB. It comes in a 2.4" QVGA TFT screen (256K colors and 320 by 240 pixels) and is equipped with an MP3/WAV/eAAC+ and MP4/H.263/H.264 players and a 3.15 megapixels camera with autofocus that can also be utilized for videocalling. Captured photos can be directly uploaded to Facebook and Twitter. The phone measures 114.5 x 61 x 12.8 mm and weighs just 122 grams.

Posted 2010-12-27 and updated on Dec 27, 2010 4:44am by richard

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