Given how popular Facebook is, wouldn't it be great if someone came up with a QWERTY mobile phone designed just for Facebook, maybe even sticking on a hardware button giving you direct access to the social network?
As Morrissey once said: stop me if you think that you've heard this one before.
Still, if you're not familiar with the HTC ChaCha and pretty much everything INQ Mobile has ever produced, you might manage to raise an eyebrow at this, the Motokey Social.
Motorola has released details of the socially friendly new handset via an official press release – missing the obvious trick of revealing it to the world via Facebook.
And indeed the slightly out-of-touch feel doesn't stop there either: the Motokey Social is a feature phone (remember those?) with a 2.4in SVGA screen, 3-megapixel camera plus email and web access.
Then there's the dedicated Facebook button, which does just what you expect – gives you a direct line to the social network to share your pics and status updates.
No pricing or availability details have been announced just yet, so we don't know if the Motokey Social will even make it to the UK at all. Either way, there may not be too much to excite us here but to be fair if Moto gets the pricing right it should sell a good few to those social butterflies that are apparently hovering around all over the place.