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Motorola Motozine ZN5 Mobile Phone

Motorola Motozine ZN5

The Motorola Motozine ZN5 is a new mobile phone that resulted from a collaboration of Motorola and Kodak. The Motozine ZN5 is the first mobile phone that combines Motorola’s ModeShift Technology with Kodak’s Imaging Technology. The ZN5 will try to redefine quality and convenience in mobile communications and imaging.

The Motorola ZN5 is a Quad-band GSM mobile phone with EDGE support that will be released in the market sometime before the end of the year. Initial release was made in China last July of this year. The Motozine ZN5 phone’s main feature is its 5 megapixel camera fixed with Kodak lens along with Xenon flash as well as a LED flash for video capturing. The camera has an autofocus feature and a shutter speed of 1/600 – 1/1000 seconds in auto mode. Taking pictures is made more convenient with Kodak technology infused into the mobile phone.

Other features of the Motorola ZN5 includes support for wireless Bluetooth connectivity and Motorola’s proprietary CrystalTalk Technology that allows better sound sending and reception quality even in noisy environments. The Motozine ZN5 also has 350 MB worth of internal memory with an option to add up to 4GB worth through ab available microSD card slot.

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#1jerianJune 15, 2010, 4:27 am

wow, that’s a great phone that colaboring the phhne tecnology with best camera perform

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