Smartphone manufacturers are always trying to find ways to make their devices stand out against a sea of devices that most of the time feature similar specifications. In the case of Kingzone, the company has decided to focus on phone-to-phone data transfer and user convenience to differentiate its K2 and N5 smartphones from the market’s other offerings.
The phone-to-phone data transfer feature Kingzone has implemented on the K2 and N5 is called HOTKNOT which is a data transfer feature similar to NFC but based on Wi-Fi Direct which is more powerful than conventional NFC and Bluetooth. HOTKNOT is able to transfer larger files at a faster rate than both NFC and Bluetooth and is also easy to configure and use as it works similarly to NFC.
As for its improving on user convenience, the company has implemented Smart Wake-up Functions on the K2 and N5 which allows users to conveniently and quickly activate certain apps or functions on the devices just by performing a specific gesture on the device’s screen. Some examples include drawing a “c” to unlock the Phone or Call function, drawing an “e” to activate the Gallery, an “m” to start the music app, a “v” to light up the torch, and a “z” to open up the browser.
As previously mentioned, both of these features are available on the company’s most recent release, the Kingzone K2 as well as the N5 which was released earlier this year. [source]