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- Horrible, uneven, and buggy UILack of applications, even IMData plan pricing too high for phone of this class
The Kins have an audience, a sense of style, and—a rarity from Microsoft—a coherent philosophy. They're precocious feature phones, with actual potential. So why are they priced like smartphones?
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I loved this phone for all of a week before I returned it cause of the $70 monthly bill. Almost worth it for the awesome software and the magnificent KIN Studio, which I really hope will live to see another...
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