Microsoft introduce two of a KINd.

The soon to be released KIN ONE and KIN TWO have been designed for ‘broadcasting and sharing everyday moments’, basically bringing us another set of social networking phones to keep in touch with every move our friends make.

The Kin One is perfect if you love to chat! With automatic updates to “The Loop” (homescreen) from social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter users can stay in touch with all the latest gossip wherever they are. Chatting with friends is easy via SMS, MMS, email or through a social networking site with the slide down QWERTY keyboard for super fast typing and with a fast HSDPA Internet connection users can browse the web with ease. The phones many features can also be accessed from the 2.6 inch touch screen display. Features of the Kin One include a 5 megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash, face and smile detection to capture great photos from your mobile. There is also a media player and access to the Zune Music Store to keep your music collection alive. Being a Microsoft phone users can also use the Microsoft Office application to view and edit important documents. The Kin One is ideal if you love to chat with friends from a stylish and unique handset.

The Kin Two is similar to the KIN one in that it is a social networking phone with style. The KIN two also features “The Loop” and the slide out QWERTY keyboard makes messaging a breeze with the large 3.6 inch touchscreen display making it a very user friendly device. This crystal clear screen is great for showing off pictures and HD videos captured on the superb 8 megapixel camera. Images are enhanced with autofocus, LED flash and smile and face detection to capture the perfect picture. Pictures and videos can be stored on the 8GB of internal memory. Users can access the Internet with 3G and HSDPA support as well as download games to their phone for entertainment on the go.

The two KIN’s are not currently available and are expected to be released but we have a great range of social networking phones to compare at Mobiles Please.

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