The KIN One and KIN Two, aimed at younger elements of the mobile phone market and targeted at those who are looking for a handset that specialises in social networking facilities, were announced during the middle of this month for a launch in May via Vodafone (keeping its own branded mobiles company), in the UK.
Now, further information has been revealed about both handsets. The KIN One offers a capacitive touchscreen spanning 2.6in and cramming in a QVGA resolution. Features include Wi-Fi, GPS for location finding, an accelerometer, Bluetooth 2.1, a USB 2.0 port plus 4GB of internal memory. A built-in camera will be rated at 5-megapixels and will include anti-shake and a dual flash, according to The Unwired website.
The KIN Two includes similar features but its internal memory is larger, at 8GB, as is the display at 3.4in with 320 x 480 pixels. The camera is also improved at 8-megapixels along with a larger battery.
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