True, they're not. Especially with redundant phrases like talking about a "Windows Phone 7" ... err... phone.There not very good with naming things
Mildy disagree. Until there's an active homescreen, the iPhone can't really duplicate the turn-on and see-what's happening experience like the Kin. Okay, could fake it a bit if you always left on the same app.I can't help thinking that before long there will simply be "an app for that". Especially with the new capabilities in OS 4.
Looks like a lady's compact to me.Interesting concept. Kin One is ugly as all get out though.
Leave the app running and it'd be an unlock-swipe away. But yes, that is a difference.Mildy disagree. Until there's an active homescreen, the iPhone can't really duplicate the turn-on and see-what's happening experience like the Kin.
Kids don't what crap like this. Haven't since the sidekick went out of style. They want iPhones.I can see it being a winner with the younger crowd. They'll probably be relatively cheap too, or at least preferable than giving your teenage son or daughter an iPhone.
I agree on the iPhone part. The teens/college kids I know that don't have one already either can't afford one, or are on their parents plan and their parents are not on AT&T and aren't interested in switching/running multiple contracts. Sure there are exceptions, but not many among the people I know.The funny thing is that the teen crowd will still probably want an iPhone or a Sidekick anyways. This looks like it will die very soon unfortunately for the people who worked on the device.
I've seen similar, except oddly enough, I've seen users in these areas to have both an iPhone & a Sidekick.I've seen Sidekicks mostly in urban areas and "ghetto" cities. But I am from the Bay Area so I might be biased somehow.