UK mobile phone maker INQ Mobile is developing phones that will be integrated with popular online music service Spotify.
According to news agency Bloomberg Business Week, Frank Meehan, the CEO of INQ Mobile, said that the company was developing phones that will exploit the music streaming services offered by Spotify. He refused to divulge any more information on the upcoming handsets.
INQ is also rumored to be developing a Facebook branded mobile. Though, INQ is yet to release a statement to confirm or deny the news.
With the recent launch of the official Spotify app for Windows Mobile 6, the service is now available on the iPhone, Android OS and Symbian platforms, bringing its services to millions of users across Europe.
The service works on the £9.99 a month subscription model and also users to multi-task by running the application in the background. Spotify also allows its users to download their playlists and listen to music while offline.