Motorola Motozine ZN5 Is More Camera Than Phone

When every mobile device maker is popping cameras into their lineups of cell phones, Motorola on Monday announced it's taking a reversed approach, partnering with Kodak to offer a device that centers on the camera and imaging, but with the click of a button reverts back into a cellular phone.

Motorola on Monday unveiled the Motozine ZN5, a candy-bar form factor device that, in partnership with Kodak, claims to create "brighter, more vivid pictures that you'll want to show off." The centerpiece of the ZN5 is the 5-megapixel camera and the inclusion of Kodak Imaging Technology and Kodak Perfect Touch Technology, to enhance photos with brighter colors and sharper details, Motorola said in an announcement.

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