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Microsoft Set to Unveil Project Pink

Not even a whole two months removed from announcing their Windows Phone 7 Series Microsoft is back today with another event that is expected to reveal its Project Pink lineup which will include two new handsets known as the “Pure” and “Turtle.”  It is unknown whether or not they will run Windows Phone 7 or a completely different OS. 

With the start of their event Microsoft has made a couple announcements regarding the specs of these two new phones.  Here are the specs for the Kin One.
· Compact keypad for one-handed texting
· Multi-touch display
· 5 megapixel camera with LED flash and SD video recording
· Wi-Fi
· GPS
· External mono speaker
· 4GB internal memory (enough for 1,000 songs)
· Media powered by Zune
With a slightly different design the specs for the Kin Two are also slight different.  Here is what this device is expected to come with.
· Horizontal sliding QWERTY keypad
· Multi-touch display
· 8 megapixel camera with LED flash and HD video recording
· Wi-Fi
· GPS
· External stereo speaker
· 8GB internal memory (enough for 2,000 songs)
· Media powered by Zune

Windows Phone 7 is about simplifying people’s lives, whereas KIN is all about amplifying people’s lives. It represents Microsoft “cranking social up to 11″ for “people who live to be connected, share, express and relate to their friends and family.” Don't forget about getting your Bluetooth headset as well.

These two new devices are designed to keep people more in touch with their friends and acquaintances via various social media websites.  One of the cool features of the Kin is that it comes with KIN Studio. “It’s your phone, online, on any web browser.” With KIN Studio, all of your call logs, texts, contacts images, videos, and more are stored in the cloud and viewable in a pretty nifty looking timeline. Pretty much everything you do on the KIN is compatible with geo-tagging, so if you forget where you were when you took a particular picture or video you can go online and refresh your memory thanks to the integration of Bing Maps

 I am sure there will be a lot more announcements regarding Project Pink coming from the current Microsoft event and the availability of getting it as an unlocked cell phone.

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