INQ has unveiled two brand new mobile phones in its range of social networking focused mobiles.
The new handsets, dubbed the INQ Chat and the INQ Mini 3G, feature support for Twitter thanks to a specially developed application.
Both the phones also offer integrated Facebook, Skype and instant messaging to allow users to keep in touch, as well as compatibility with iTunes.
They can also be used as a mobile broadband dongle thanks to a tethering function and can support up to 8GB of memory.
Frank Meehan, chief executive at INQ, said: "We build phones that focus specifically on what people want to do most on mobile, and deliver it at a price point that's easy for consumers and profitable for operators.
"We have completely broken the vice grip hold that high end smartphones had on great mobile internet experiences, and made them available to everybody."
The arrival Chat and Mini comes hard on the heels of the INQ 1, the so-called Facebook phone, which capitalized on the wave of popularity of social networking and sold some 700,000 units.