Check out the image above that features a Motorola handset containing a 5 megpaixel camera from Kodak – word on the street has it that this is the Motozine ZN5. This handset will definitely join the growing ranks of other 5 megapixel camera phones in the market, although it remains unproven compared to the others like the Nokia N95, LG Viewty and Samsung SGH-G800. Should this be the Motozine ZN5, it will definitely see Sony Ericsson’s Cybershot range of phones as its main rival, since those are also named after a popular photography brand. Features of this Kodak digital camera include autofocus and a xenon flash. No doubt it’ll be better than the majority of camera phones out there, but surely it won’t replace a dedicated digital camera anytime soon. There is no word on an European release just yet.
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