By Anton D. Nagy | August 10, 2011 5:59 AM
We’ve already speculated on the possibilty of Facebook bringing video chat to mobile phones — as we know about the Skype integration in Facebook — and it appears that the social network does indeed plan to bring such a feature to phones (or at least they’re playing with the idea).
Yesterday’s Facebook Messenger app for both iOS and Android turns out to contain code that hints towards video integration. The video chat bit would work on both iOS and Android as well as with Facebook’s (upcoming) Skype-powered video chat solution. The code, as contained in yesterday’s initial release of the app, is not final and thus not working but we definitely expect a refresh of the software on both platforms once Facebook flips the switch on video chat.