Motorola has officially launched its powerful new camera phone, the MOTOZINE ZN5. While other manufacturers have unveiled five-megapixel cameras in the past, Motorola has previously shied away, with the recent MOTO Z10 boasting just 3.2-megapixels. However, not only does the ZN5 boast a five-megapixel camera complete with Xenon flash, auto-focus and 4GB of optional external memory, but Motorola has also teamed up with photography giants Kodak.
To launch the camera, the Kodak lens cover simply needs to be slid open, providing one of the fastest click-to-click times available. The KODAK PERFECT TOUCH technology can then help improve the quality of the shot by making it brighter and more vivid. Pictures can then be uploaded in one simple click to the KODAK gallery (www.kodakgallery.com), where snaps can be stored and shared with friends and family, while the ShoZu application can be used to upload photos to other social-networking sites.
The ZN5 is the first device to carry the MOTOZINE name, which is to become the new label for all of Motorola's multimedia-optimised devices. The MOTOZINE ZN5 is expected to start shipping in July, though no price or network exclusivity has been confirmed.