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MOTOZINE ZN5 Launches in India

Motorola and KODAK’s MOTOZINE ZN5 camera phone has finally made it to the Indian market. Sony Ericsson’s Cyber-Shot series has got more competition now. With features that include Motorola’s “ModeShift Technology” and KODAK’s “Imaging Technology” this camera could just give the other mobiles in this segment a run for their pixels.

The ZN5 comes with a Xenon flash. It has a 2.4-inch TFT display with a 240 x 320 pixel resolution and 256k colors. With regard to connectivity the handset supports Wi-Fi, EDGE, GPRS, Bluetooth with A2DP and USB v2.0. Memory can be expanded via microSD cards. It comes with a TV out feature and a 3.5mm earphone socket. The handset also features Motorola’s CrystalTalk technology.

Consumers can experience a totally customized Indian experience on their ZN5. They can stay updated with news on their mobile phones with access to the WAP version of printed publications including Financial Express, Indian Express, and Deccan Chronicle via the ‘Daily News’ link in the ZN5. Motorola designers have specially designed wallpapers inspired by India and its people, traditions and fine arts.

Consumers can download more wallpapers from MOTOMUSIC, that as a combined service on the web and WAP, allows consumers to download full songs, ring tones, music video clips and wallpapers to both their PC and mobile at the same time. In addition, three cricket games by Krish Cricket have been preloaded on the ZN5, along with live cricket scorecards, ball-by-ball commentary, live match simulations, Series schedules and news.

Although no official pricing has been fixed, Motorola says the MOTOZINE ZN5 would be priced at approximately Rs. 20,000.

MOTOZINE ZN5 will be available in India from mid-September 2008 in retail stores and will come with a 2GB memory card and a TV-out cable. As part of the introductory offer, consumers will get 100 free Kodak prints of their personal photographs at select Kodak stores until 31 March 2009. This offer includes 60 4×6 prints, 15 8×12 prints and 25 prints of photos uploaded to with free home delivery service.


September 1, 2008 - Posted by | Mobile Phone | , ,

1 Comment »

  1. i have 100 photo now.

    Comment by chandrashekhar tiwari | March 30, 2009 | Reply

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