Intended towards teenagers or users active in online social networking, Microsoft has announced a Smartphone called “Kin” that lets you plug straight into social networking sites, including Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and so on, to pull all of your friends and feeds into a single stream to share photos, videos, songs and other content without wasting any time and efforts. Presented in two models, Kin One and Kin Two, former for everyday users and the latter for avid teenagers and users, the new phone combines the features of the Zune and Windows Phone 7, though on an entirely different platform.
The Kin One featuring a squircle-shaped slider that simply fits in your hand is more attractive out of the two. It comes with a tiny 320×240 screen, 5 megapixel camera, VGA video recording and 4GB of non-expandable storage, while on the other hand, the Kin Two offers an average slider, but with some beefy specs, including 480×320 screen, 8 megapixel camera, 720p video recording and 8GB non-expandable storage. Both the handsets run on Nvidia’s Tegra to allow easy usage and data sharing.