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Overall 8

Motorola ZN5

5 October 2009
  • Excerpt: The ZN5 is the product of a joint effort from Motorola and Kodak to create a 5MP camera phone that aims to provide users with exceptional photos – or so they claim. Here’s what I have to say after testing the ZN5 and putting it though its paces. Form Factor This candybar handset is a little weighed down at the top end where the camera is located. The 2.4-inch TFT LCD has a standard 240 x 320 pixel resolution with 256K colors.
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Overall 8

Motorola MotoZINE ZN5

PC Magazine
20 May 2009
  • Conclusion: In sunny conditions, the first Motorola/Kodak camera phone holds its own against dedicated digital still cameras. It makes clear calls, too, so it's a solid choice for avid shutterbugs with T-Mobile service.
  • Pros: 5-megapixel camera. Excellent call quality. Full Web browser. Wi-Fi.
  • Cons: No 3G or Wi-Fi calling. Low-quality video recording mode. Photos are noisy in low light.
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Motorola Zine ZN5 Quad-Band Camera Cell Phone: What Are You Waiting For?

Personal Electronics buzz
1 December 2008
  • Excerpt: Motorola Zine ZN5 is a perfect combination of excellent call quality and one of the best camera phones available today. The Zine ZN5 is the result of two giants (Motorola and Kodak), putting their heads together and creating a great product. The Quad-Band cell phone is offered through T-Mobile operates on GSM 850/900/1800/1900 and GPRS/EDGE.
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Motorola ZINE ZN5 5 megapixel cameraphone review

16 November 2008
  • Excerpt: It was years in the making, but Motorola and Kodak's co-developed ZINE ZN5 cameraphone is finally available on T-Mobile. This 5MP AF wunderkind takes fantastic photos, for sure, but you'll have to read this review to see how well it works as a phone.
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Motorola MOTOZINE ZN5 Review

10 November 2008
  • Pros: Outstanding 5MP camera; Wi-Fi enabled; speedy web surfing; good music player
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Recensione Motorola MotoZine ZN5

10 November 2008
Overall 6

Motorola Motozine ZN5

LAPTOP Magazine
3 November 2008
  • Summary: Thanks to Kodak’s Perfect Touch technology, which enhances photos with the click of a button, Motorola’s Motozine ZN5 is one of the more sophisticated camera phones we’ve seen. We also love its smooth integraton with Kodak Gallery, to which users can upload photos on the go. But it’s still not to the point where we’d recommend ditching your point-and-shoot, especially if you plan to print your photos.
  • Pros: Five-megapixel camera, Can upload photos directly to Kodak Gallery, Kodak Perfect Touch technology enhances photos on the phone, Integrated Wi-Fi,
  • Cons: No 3G, Pictures not good enough for large prints, Cant upload more than one photo at once,
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Overall 8

Motorola ZINE ZN5 Review

Phone Arena
22 October 2008
  • Conclusion: Motorola enters the cameraphone market late, but better late than never and it did not disappoint us. The ZINE ZN5 has a modern design, it’s suitable for listening to music and has a very fast camera, which takes very good pictures if the sun is shining. Unfortunately, the story changes on cloudy days and indoors and the Xenon is only useful if taking a picture of an object at 7 feet at the most.
  • Pros: Elegant, modern and user-friendly, Very fast camera, Long battery life, Good sound quality
  • Cons: The back lid is very hard to open, No 3G, The camcorder shoots videos at very low resolution, No high-quality video playback, Poor image quality in low lighting conditions
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Motorola ZN5: anteprima e hands on della fotocamera da 5 megapixel

18 September 2008

Motorola ZN5

Mobile Review
23 June 2008
  • Summary: The reception quality of the ZN5 was never an issue during our quality time with it, for it is a typical Motorola branded phone. The loudspeaker’s volume is higher than average, so you’ll have no problems hearing call alerts even on a noisy street. The vibro alert performed just as well. Banking on the imaging department Motorola has come up with an interesting and well-rounded product.
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