Although without a press release, Motorola has just gone official with the Motorola ZN300, a phone that we’ve seen a couple of times before, in several leaked photos.
The ZN300 is now up on Moto’s website, where it’s presented as a camera phone. Well, an entry-level camera phone, as it only has a 3.1 MP camera with fixed focus, LED flash, 8x digital zoom and video recording.
A cool thing is that the slider features “light up controls for camera, video and playback modes”, which are visible on its navigation pad. There’s also a Video Mixer application that lets you add transition and sound effects to videos.
The phone has quad-band GSM connectivity (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) plus CDMA / TD SCDMA connectivity – the latter making it clear that it will be launched soon in China, via China Mobile.
Other features and specs include:
- 240 x 320 pixels display
- Pre-loaded Facebook, YouTube and MySpace apps
- 3.5mm headset jack
- Opera browser
- 8MB of internal memory
- MicroSD card support, up to 32GB
- Talk time: up to 435 minutes
- Stand-by time: up to 400 hours
- 3.76 x 1.8 x 0.58 inches (95.5 x 45.7 x 14.7 mm)
- 3.6 ounces (102 grams)
Exact details about the launch and retail price of Motorola ZN300 are yet to be announced.
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