Boy, do you know how to make me feel jealous. Oh, sorry, I didn’t notice you were there. I was just talking to The Boy Genius about his latest find – a 5 megapixel Kodak camera phone equipped Motorola slider that we still haven’t figured out the name of (It’s no Motorola ZN5, that’s for sure.. Perhaps, one of you dear readers of ours could step out and shed some light on this?
Right now, BGR is constructing a detailed hands-on review of this mysteriously sexy Motorola slider phone and will post it soon, but we already know enough about it to say, “We know everything about this thing except for its name!” Which is such a shame, but oh well.
This unnamed Motorola slider with a 5 megapixel Kodak phone is equipped with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, along with a quad-band EDGE antenna. 100MB of internal memory is deposited in it by Moto, it supports extra microSD cards, and has a sleek ROKR style touch wheel up front.
Sadly, the only real remarkable thing about this phone (and that’s not its MOTOMAGX Linux platform), has a major flaw: its 5MP camera doesn’t have an autofocus lens! Well, it’s their business.
At least it has a flash. We’ll try to find out more about it in the days to come.
Via [Boy Genius Report]
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