Motorola unveils MOTOZINE ZN5 camera phone

Fresh from the wire this morning is news that Motorola has introduced the MOTOZINE ZN5, a camera phone intended to lean more toward camera than phone.The first model, the ZN5, stakes its claim to fame by way of a 5-megapixel sensor (courtesy of a partnership with Kodak) featuring autofocus, a Xenon flash, image stitching, and on-device integration with Kodak Gallery.

Motorola Motozine ZN5
Fresh from the wire this morning is news that Motorola has introduced the MOTOZINE ZN5, a camera phone intended to lean more toward camera than phone.

The first model, the ZN5, stakes its claim to fame by way of a 5-megapixel sensor (courtesy of a partnership with Kodak) featuring autofocus, a Xenon flash, image stitching, and on-device integration with Kodak Gallery. In addition, you get WiFi, Motorola's "ModeShift" technology for switching the keypad depending on device mode, and a quad-band GSM radio with EDGE.

China is reported to be the first country to get the hookup starting next month, but Motorola is expected to take the ZN5 worldwide through the rest of the year.

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