Microsoft has revealed it’s take on social orientated phones, aptly naming them KIN One and Two respectively. Both of these handsets are aimed at the younger socially connected audience, older teenagers and young adults. As they’ve been designed specifically for one market there are a few things missing from many handsets coming to market. For instance, there is no support for apps, no expandable memory, but perhaps this is for a reason. Everything on the phones themselves sync to a cloud service which backs them up fully, which will be heavily relying on 3G service to be on par.
Taking a look at the KIN One specs:
- QVGA 320×240 capacitive touch screen, multi-touch
- 5 megapixel camera, LED Flash
- VGA video recording
- 4GB of non-expandable storage
- Full slider QWERTY.