Android is a very flexible operating system and that is one reason why most Smartphone manufacturers are moving to Android. While mid-range Android Smartphone market has been diluted by brands like Sony Ericsson, Samsung, HTC and Motorola an Americano Czech company Verzo is hoping to make its upcoming Kinzo Android Smartphone a success.
As of now, it seems Verzo Kinzo Android Smartphone would not run the latest version of the operating system but Android v2.2 Froyo. Since most mid-range Android Smartphone available in market run on Android v2.3 Gingerbread, it would be very difficult for it to survive the competition.
Verzo Kinzo Android Smartphone was originally slated for a late-September launch but I don’t know for what reason, Verzo has put it up for sale on its official website from today at 459 (€420) unlocked (contract free).
Verzo Kinzo Android Smartphone Specs
- Display Screen: 4.3-inch WVGA glass capacitive touchscreen display at 800×480 pixel resolution
- Processor: 1GHz TI OMAP 3630
- Operating System: Android OS v2.2 Froyo (it is not known yet whether Verzo Kinzo Android Smartphone would support upcoming version of Android)
- Memory: 512 MB of RAM, unknown size of internal memory, microSD expansion slot up to 32 GB (8 GB microSD memory card comes included in the sales package)
- Camera: VGA front facing camera for video chat & Skype, 5-megapixel autofocus camera at the back with LED flash
- Miscellaneous: Quad-band GSM support, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v2.1+EDR, 1590mAh battery
Verzo hasn’t confirmed yet whether Kinzo Android Smartphone would have essential features like the ability to act like a compass, high speed data transfer support via HSPA and support for all the apps present in the Android Market.
In order to sail through and gain attention of people, Verzo is providing free shipping, refined packaging and premium accessories like leather case, quality headphones, a car charger and a car holder with every Kinzo Android Smartphone.
Along with that, Verzo’s Kinzo Android Smartphone would come pre-loaded with several useful apps include Sygic which is an offline navigation software and TellMe which provides basic means of communication between users and the Verzo brand. With this, Verzo wants to know what people feel about their Smartphone, they want to use customer reviews to improve their own services hence incorporating people in their research & development section.
Do you have any thoughts about this?