Motorola along with Kodak have announced the Motorola MotoZine ZN5, a phone which combines the innovative qualities of both the companies. It is a perfect combination of a high quality phone and a great camera to help users capture the moment and share it with the rest of the world.
The phone has 5 MP sensor which can actually take some very nice photographs. It is the first phone which combines the power of Motorola’s Mode-Shift technology and Kodak’s Imaging technology. And with Kodak’s EasyShare software, users will be able to upload and share there photos, print them wherever they went. The phone puts greater emphasis on image capture as it has a wide high resolution landscape screen and one of the fastest click-to-click times available. With the built in Kodak imaging technology, each image taken become more brighter and vivid on the spot. It has a panorama mode which automatically stitches together continuous shots taken into a single image.
Now coming to the phone mode, it uses Motorola’s patented CrystalTalkTM technology which allows users to hear and be heard even in noisy environment. It has a dual compatibility for GSM and WLAN connectivity. Users can connect to computer using USB, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. It will be the first device to carry the MotoZine name, a new label by Motorola for multimedia-optimized phone.
The phone will hit the China market in July 2008 and will roll out in the rest of the world throughout the remainder of the year. Pricing is yet to be announced.
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