Motorola has launched the Motozine ZN5 mobile phone, boasting the companyâ€™s own ModeShift Technology and Kodak’s imaging technology to deliver what they claim to be a high quality phone and camera experience.
Motorola says that to launch the camera, the user simply slides open the Kodak lens cover to transform the phone into an ultra-fast 5 megapixel camera with auto-focus, a Xenon flash, 4GB of optional external memory3 and optimized settings for low-light environments.
In phone mode, the ZN5 features Motorola’s patented CrystalTalkTM technology to help callers hear and be heard, even in noisy environments. With dual compatibility for GSM and Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN), Motorola claims that users can connect in more areas around the world and enjoy high-speed wireless connections to surf the Web via a full HTML browser. To complete the communications experience, ZN5 also supports SMS, MMS, IM and personal e-mail.
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