Unfortunately, there’s no image available with the ZN50, but we do know that it is a “touch based multimedia music phone.”
Its features include a 3.5mm headset jack, 3G connectivity (WCDMA), Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP and EDR, a 3MP autofocus camera, Crystal Talk technology, 4GB of internal memory and a battery capable of providing 30+ hours of music playback.
The ZN50 seems to be an upgraded version of the Moto ZN300, announced back in March. The phone should be available across Asia, but there’s no word on when this will happen.
Moving on, most of the features of Motorola W766 Harmony are not known, but at least we know it has Bluetooth. And there’s a new image of it:
The W766 Harmony looks quite elegant, so let’s hope that Verizon will announce it soon.
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