Microsoft debuted the Kin One and Kin Two smartphones for its young customers who are in the age group of 15-25 years. The presentations were made in San Francisco and New York on April 12. The smartphones focus on social networking and the advanced ability to share videos, images and messages with several contact options.
Kin Two is much more attractive than Kin One in terms of its design and style. It has a larger display and spacious keyboard. It flaunts a splendid 8-megapixel camera with a powerful flash. Kin OS is quite user-friendly and easy to navigate. It allows you to share photos with your friends via the Kin Spot. Kin Two comes with the Zune HD media player for video and music playback. There is a plethora of attractive features in the new smartphone.
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