Will the real Facebook phone please stand up?

Although Facebook hasn't unveiled an official Facebook phone, that hasn't stopped the rumor-mill from digging around for dirt on such a device. The most concrete evidence of a Facebook phone recently surfaced before info on it was removed.

According to Pocket Now, the INQ Cloud Touch could very well be the rumored Facebook phone. A recent Bluetooth certification test revealed that the INQ Cloud Touch is:

"An Android smartphone built to make messaging faster and smarter. It's designed around the way people naturally communicate and has Facebook built into its core. The homescreen features multiple entry points to different Facebook functions, while a dynamic widget displays a feed of status updates, albums, videos and photos."

So there you have it. It sounds legit. The fact that INQ then scrubbed every mention of the description, after the info made its way across the web further suggests that something fishy is going on. Perhaps, Mark Zuckerberg went all kung-fu on them after finding out about it on his FB news feed.

The INQ Cloud Touch could be released within a few months in Europe, but as always, take all of this with a huge grain of salt. Zuckerberg may have alluded to the idea that Facebook had no plans to release a phone in the past, but that was then. A lot of things can change in few months, especially if it involves total world domination.

Note: The image above is a mock-up and is not indicative of any final hardware.

Pocket Now, via Crunchgear

For the latest tech stories, follow us on Twitter at @dvice