The Latest Motorola ZN5 Mobile Phone, blower rocks a 5MP snapper, complete with xenon flash and autofocus. About time, too: the company's been surprisingly late to the megoplxel power porty. only recently rolling out the Z1 0 with a 3.2MP comera. Perhaps sensibly, Moto has drafted in Kodak to help with the imaging technology and online photo shoring. In design terms, the ZN5 is way behind Motorola's neor-iconic RAZR - dra,b, clunky and nondescript However, its interface is intuitive, and although the pimply keypad looks a little dull, the mechanised pad is pretty sweet under the thumb.
After the searing H5DPA download speeds of the Z1 0, Moto has bizarrely regressed to the for inferior EDGE for the ZN5. Nevertheless. its hide is saved by built-in Wi-Fi, so web browsing is blistering if you're in a hotspot. and uploading snaps to Kodak's online gallery won't take forever. As a camera phone, the ZN5 con't really be faulted, even though it doesn't come with all the tricks flaunted by its rivals in this test Image quality is pretty good, but unfortunately, overall the ZN5 is symptomatic of Motorola's recent track record -a mixed bag of missed opportunities and lack of attention to detail.