INQ Mobile has just announced that it’ll start selling Google Android phones from 2010, just as Motorola unveiled its first Android device, Cliq. INQ is owned by Hutchinson Whampoa and the company didn’t detail its devices too much.
We remind you that INQ Mobile recently announced the INQ Chat 3G (pictured above) and INQ Mini 3G models, affordable handsets that support social networking features, like Twitter and Facebook. We’ll just have to wait and see if their Android initiative is a success or failure.
[via Unwired View]