Summary: This phone is at a good quality for its price. This is my second one of the same phone; the screen died completely leaving the phone useless. This second one is the Kin TwoM.. The "M" makes a difference in interface compared to the Kin Two.
Excerpt: i have had this phone for about 4 months and its slowly breaking down. its pretty annoying how you cannot delete single messages, you have to delete the entire conversation, You cannot forward texts.
Excerpt: Because it does look like a smartphone, many people expect this phone to be one. But it's not. This is a texting phone with a capable media player and some nice extras. Very good tactile 'clicky' feedback from the keyboard. Slick UI.
Not a bad feature Phone, and just the beginning for Micrsoft Phones
Tsunami777, Phone Arena
9 December 2010
Excerpt: I just bought the new version of the KIN Two (called the KIN TWOm) from Verizon that is currently available with no data plan. So far I have mostly good things to say about it. I graduated to this phone from an HTC Touch Diamond. In short, I love it.
Pros: Functional for the price (w/two year plan), Stylish and sturdy design., Nice screen, Snappy OS with minor lag, Zune experience, Calendar app, WiFi, Great layout organization
Cons: Could be faster, Could have higher ppi screen, Could have a better Calendar (more detail like a weekly veiw), Could have bigger keys that are more spaced out on the keyboard, Would prefer a touch screen qwerty to a slider
Excerpt: I ordered this phone 3 days ago and when it arrived it came in this great packaging. I got it because it didn't have a data plan and i was worried that the "kin loop" stuff would effect my bill. But they took out all those stupid kin shit and put a calendar, alarm, and calc.
Excerpt: when it first came out people didn't like it because of the required data but it recently became a feature phone data-free. without the expensive data, this phone is actually great, it not really a smart fone, so it not for working moms and business people more for kids, with a kid you don't need...
Pros: design, camera, media features, sturdy, fun
Cons: not very "smart", bulky, awkward camera button, bright flash