Mobile recycling may allow you to get the Kin One or Kin Two
14 April 2010 — 11:30 AM
Selling an old mobile phone for cash with Envirofone may be an option worth considering for consumers looking at purchasing a new and smaller handset.
Microsoft has revealed its Kin One and Kin Two devices - which are minute enough to fit in the palm of an average adult's hand.
Size is not the only selling point for the handsets though as both sport a touchscreen display, a full qwerty keyboard and an operating system similar to Windows Phone 7.
A phone with a qwerty keyboard may be something that consumers who like to keep in touch with friends and family through texts, emails and social networking sites wish to consider for the added convenience of writing messages.
The Kin One features a five-megapixel camera and a LumiLed flash and standard video capabilities are also available.
Meanwhile, the Kin Two offers an eight-megapixel camera, high-definition video and stereo speakers.
It has recently been reported that Facebook and the British child protection agency are holding talks to ensure children using the site are kept safe.
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