You would think Motorola would be concentrating its efforts on a Google collaboration, but it seems like a Facebook phone is next in line for the company, specifically with the Motorola EX225.The Boy Genius Report site spotted it online. The image might be a little blurry, but you can make out both the dedicated Facebook key on the QWERTY keypad and a large icon on the screen. That looks every bit like a Facebook phone, following on from Facebook phones from Vodafone, HTC and INQ.The phone is expected to have that deep Facebook integration, essentially meaning you can share and interact with Facebook no matter what you are doing, as well as getting instant access to status updates, feeds and Chat. It also has a 2.4-inch touch-screen, a full QWERTY keyboard, the usual multimedia add-ons and a three-megapixel camera.All of which indicates a fairly budget phone designed very much for purpose. No word on a launch as yet, but it shouldn't be long from now.