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UNVEILED: Microsoft Germany unveils further KIN One and KIN Two Device Specs
Posted by Arne Hess - on Tuesday, 20.04.10 - 15:22:48 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 8594x
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While Microsoft itself is somewhat shy to unveil the full KIN One and KIN Two hardware specs, neither Microsoft's press release nor the KIN website shows the full details but only highlights certain specs, Microsoft Germany today released further information about the company's first two KIN phones on its German Windows Phone Facebook fan page. While both by Sharp manufactured phones come with slide-out QWERTY keyboards and feature the same set of KIN online and connected services, the KIN One is said to be the compact sized KIN device with a solid camera. The KIN Two comes with a wider screen, a bolder camera and more memory.

KIN One, the portrait QWERTY-slider, features a 2.6" TFT, QVGA (320 x 240) capacitive touchscreen and sports a 5 megapixel autofocus CMOS camera which features anti-shake and a dual LED flash. It comes with 256 MB DDR RAM and 4 GB Flash memory. In addition to Verizon's excepted CDMA and Vodafone's expected WCDMA support, the KIN One features Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP, USB 2.0 and WiFi b/g. Furthermore the device comes with a GPS receiver, an FM radio and an accelerometer. The battery is said to be 1240 mAh.

KIN Two, the landscape QWERTY-slider, is said to feature a 3.4" TFT, HVGA (480 x 320) capacitive touchscreen and sports a 8 megapixel autofocus HDR CMOS camera from Omnivision which features anti-shake/image stabilization and a Lumi LED flash. It comes with 256 MB DDR RAM and 8 GB Flash memory. In addition to Verizon's excepted CDMA and Vodafone's expected WCDMA support, the KIN Two features Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP, USB 2.0 and WiFi b/g. Furthermore the device features a GPS receiver, an FM radio and an accelerometer. The battery is said to be 1390 mAh.

Yet we have no further confirmation about supported WWAN networks and frequencies.

Cheers ~ Arne


 

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