Microsoft debuts 'Kin' giving impetus to social networking
04/14/2010

Without a tad of doubt, we are witnessing a spurt in social networking sites and mobile phones in the recent past. There is no dearth of mobile manufacturing companies, which have been trying to put their best foot forward in this field.

Online PR News – 14-April-2010 – – Without a tad of doubt, we are witnessing a spurt in social networking sites and mobile phones in the recent past. There is no dearth of mobile manufacturing companies, which have been trying to put their best foot forward in this field.

The fact of the matter is that nearly all the major mobile brands have been involved in coming with mobile phones (http://www.mobilerainbow.org/) supporting social networking.

In the wake, Microsoft has come with its latest Microsoft Kin that is specifically designed to provide impetus to the social interaction exercise. In fact, it is surely going to lure the younger generation, which always prefer to stay socially active.

As social interaction on the web is gaining momentum, the device is surely going to get attention from all the relevant quarters. It basically aims at making the younger generation to stay in touch.

What's more, the user is set to get the social interaction in the best possible way as he is provided with a solid camera. So, there's always loads of great stuff which he can enjoy with the help of this device.

In fact, this is what makes the phone potentially strong from the user and market point of view.

Microsoft's Zune music service is also provided as an additional feature, which will certainly help the manufacturer to gain more confidence.

In fact, the device clearly poses challenge to Google, Apple, and Research In Motion's Blackberry.

The device is available in the US, however will get to the European market very soon. Vodafone network has been chosen for the purpose, which will coming in Autumn 2010.

Robbie Bach, president of the entertainment and devices at Microsoft said, "This is a phone that knits together a tight community of kindred spirits..., the phone personifies true kinship between people, technology, friends and customers.