If Techno Source and KD Interactive planned to make a great impression at CES this year, we can only tell you that these companies have reached their goal. We are saying that thanks to their Kurio 7x 4G LTE tablet, one of the few child-friendly models with LTE support that, as well as Kurio Phone which is actually the first smartphone for kids. Haven’t we captured your interest yet? Wait to see their technical specs and we bet that some of you will start saving some money for when these devices become available on the market.
When it comes to the Kurio Phone, we must admit that it might look like being equipped with the standard specs of any other smartphone. Here we have a 480 x 800 4-inch screen, as well as a multicore processor paired with 1GB RAM and a number of 8GB of internal memory which is expandable up to 40GB with a micro SD card. And the usual 3G, Wifi and Bluetooth connectivity elements can also be found in here, so Kurio Kids Phone is more than promising.
Even more, this smartphone is ideal for parents that want to keep track of everything their kids do on their mobile device. They can monitor their child’s location, restrict the apps that the child can access or how much data he can use, not to mention that parents can control whom their little one can call and text in order to be safe all the time.
All these can be found on a single smartphone, but what about those that are looking for a tablet? Kurio 7x 4G LTE is an ideal 7-inch choice that runs on Android 4.2. OS and can keep a child entertained all day long. But don’t leave aside that one of its most important aspects is given by the proprietary Kurio Genius parental control feature and as you can expect from its title, it comes with Sequans’ Mont Blanc LTE platform baseband chip that offers a LTE modem system.
Does any of these two devices that we have just presented appeal to you? Are you already prepared to pick one up? Unfortunately, you will have to wait a little longer given the fact that we are expecting for Kurio Phone to be launched in spring, while the Kurio 7x 4G LTE tablet even later, in summer for an unknown price at this point, as our source confirms.