Matt Miller has provided the concluding part of his review of the KIN One and Two by a 14 and 16 year old.
Unexpectedly the device did not fail in the area where we felt was its biggest weakness- the lack of games, as it appears no self-respecting teen plays games on their phones in any case.
Its appears the greatest weakness was Microsoftâ€™s high concept user interface, which remained complex even after a weak of use, and with little pay-off, due to the weak Facebook and MySpace integration, a real failing for a social networking phone.
Danika: Overall the Kin Two was an okay phone. I think they could have done much better with it and I donâ€™t think a lot of teenagers will have it due to the large data cost. I myself would not recommend it to my friends, the Kin and Loop update page is not really worth it since it just limits you to status updates.
Maloree: In conclusion, the Kin One was an overall great phone. It had some flaws, but donâ€™t all phones? The phone is really focused on friends and social networking which is great for teenagers and adults in their early 20â€™s. The camera was good quality, but not having zoom was inconvenient. I would personally not go back to this phone, but I think some people will be very interested in it. They are advertising fast in the movies and on MySpace. I enjoyed my time with it, but I didnâ€™t find it good enough to switch from my current phone.
Read the full review here.