updated 12:45 pm EDT, Thu May 1, 2008
New Motorola ZN5 info
A Chinese website claims to have obtained some of the first detailed images of Motorola's ZN5, a collaboration with Kodak. The focus of this is the phone's five-megapixel camera, which KeySJ says it can confirm has a xenon flash for better power. Also in place is an unusually large lens cover, which offers protection against dust and impact damage that most cameraphones currently lack. The phone may even be capable of capturing RAW files, something typically reserved for professional-grade cameras.
Its 2.4-inch LCD is said to operate at QVGA resolution, and the headphone jack should fit standard 3.5mm inputs. Plastic on the phone is said to be made of special anti-slip material, and over most points the device is claimed to be less than half an inch thick, the major exception being the camera component. No new release or pricing information has come out.