Yesterday, we saw the launch of a pair of INQ smartphones, the Cloud Touch and Cloud Q, which are essentially Facebook phones built on Android.
And now it seems that HTC is set to join the club of deeper Facebook integration with one of its handsets.
According to the Financial Times, HTC will be taking the wraps off an Android mobile with a dedicated Facebook button at MWC.
Details are otherwise extremely sparse – it’s not even clear whether this will be a physical button on the hardware, or a virtual touchscreen button which will give ever-present access to the social network with one touch.
We’ll find out next week when Mobile World Congress swings into action. HTC is also expected to be unveiling a tablet, the 7 inch Flyer which will run Android 2.3 (with an incoming upgrade to Honeycomb).