Motorola’s been a bit shy at MWC 2009, so it didn’t come with any new phones – its only attraction being the MotoSurf A3100. But that doesn’t mean the company hasn’t got new handsets which are impatiently waiting to be released, right?
And one of those handsets is the multimedia-centric Motorola ZN300 – or MotoZine ZN300 – a slider that we first saw back in January.
Its features include a 3MP camera, a rather unusual navigation pad, a 3.5mm headset jack (good move, Moto), Opera Mini, a QVGA display (bad move, Moto) and a Linux based OS – apparently.
Several press shots with the ZN300 have just popped up on the Web, thus we kindly invite you to view them with us:
The phone doesn’t look bad, that’s for sure. However, with so many options from so many other manufacturers, it will probably be hard for it to be a commercial success. Unless… Moto will sell it for a crazily attractive price. But I kind of doubt it
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