According to the site, the KIN One will feature a 2.6-inch QVGA capacitive touchscreen that’s landscape oriented and slides over a full QWERTY keyboard for sleek one-hand operations. A 5-megapixel camera with dual LED flash to help users capture and share memories. GPS, Bluetooth, FM radio, accelerometer, WiFi, USB support (micro USB port) are all on board as well as choice between CDMA technology for Verizon Wireless (coming May) or HSPA for Vodafone’s international release later in the year. The device has a battery capacity of 1240 mAh.
The KIN Two features a landscape-oriented HVGA 3.4-inch capacitive touchscreen and comes in a more traditional landscape-slider form factor. It has a higher resolution 8-megapixel camera from Omivision that features anti-shake, image stabilization, Lumi LED flash, and can record video in 720p HD. The device will have the same wireless radios (GPS, Bluetooth, FM, WiFi, CDMA or HSPA radios) as the KIN One and a larger 1390 mAh battery to power the larger screen.
Both devices will join the Windows Phone family and will have support for Zune.