5-Megapixel Motorola ZN5 Cell Phone hits the roadJune 23rd, 2008 - 4:08 pm ICT by David M N James
Motorola has joined big names of cellphone makers like Nokia, Sony Ericsson, and Samsung with its 5-megapixel image sensor Linux Based Moto phone.
ZN5 made its debut today to find its place in the market. The phone looks like a candybar and it’s a first of its kind in Motorola’s MOTOZINE device series. The device comes with image capturing: a 5-megapixel shooter (doy) coupled with Kodak engineered optics.
The cam will has auto-focus, a Xenon flash, as well as panoramic image stitching which closely resembles the Ericsson K850i. The ZN5 is a quaband GSM device with Wi-fi which allows it to interface with the online Kodak Gallery.
It has a GSM radio, EDGE, and a “ModeShift” feature which re-aligns buttons based on the application a user is using then.
The software running on the phone is based on the Free and Open Source Linux