Our search for the latest 5-megapixel camera phone led us to the Far East; Beijing to be exact, where the Motorola MOTOZINE ZN5, a collaborative effort between Motorola and Kodak, was officially unveiled in a New York style gallery-inspired event. The ZN5 will be Motorola's first phone in the MOTOZINE line, their new label for their multimedia-optimized device portfolio. Future Motorola releases that come under the multimedia range will be sporting the ZN tag. The MOTOZINE line apparently came about from fan-zines, blogs, new media and user generated content.
On paper, the ZN5 impresses with its slew of camera features. It boasts a 5-megapixel camera with auto-focus, a Xenon flash, Wi-Fi, 4GB of optional external microSD memory with the ability to store up to 3000 pictures and a host of editing capabilities within the phone. Boasting one of the fastest click-to-click times ever seen in camera phones these days, moving images proved to be an easy challenge for the ZN5.