Motorola finally officializes Motorola ZN5 with Wi-Fi, 5MP Kodak camera
I don’t know if this is still news to you, since you’ve probably already inspected all the leaked specs, features, details, and official photos to death, but Motorola has just made the Motorola ZN5 official in China. Yes, that rectangular one with the 5 megapixel Kodak camera.
As you may already know, and like I mentioned above, it will feature a 5 megapixel autofocus camera from Kodak with a Xenon flash, and software enhancements for the imaging department taken straight out of Kodak’s cameras as well (Kodak’s Perfect Touch Technology and Imaging Technology) for better overall photos.
What’s more, the Motorola ZN5 will come with Wi-Fi built-in, and users will be able to take advantage of it via the integrated full HTML browser.
Other features include:
- 500 MHz processor, TV-out, Music and Video players, morphing keypad
- Bluetooth 2.0 with EDR
- 3.5mm audio jack
- 2.4 inch display with 240 x 320 pixels
- Montavista Linux 2.6.1 operating system.
- GSM connectivity (900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz)
- GPRS and EDGE
- No 3G browsing / data transfer speeds.
But the best part of this news is that the Motorola ZN5 is part of a new lineup that will be like Moto’s take on Nokia’s Nseries. It’s all about multimedia-centric devices, and with the Motorola ZN5, it looks promising.
The handset will be available in China starting July, while it’s not yet confirmed when other Asian countries will be getting it. It seems like it will be an Asia-only affair, so its lack of 3G probably won’t bother you much. Pricing details are soon to follow.