The product that Kodak launched earlier this year as a camera phone that would be as good as any P&S camera, actually hit the U.S. last week as Kodak and their partner on the product, Motorola debuted the MotoZine ZN5 in the North American market.
The two companies boasted that the MotoZine ZN5, “delivers a picture-perfect camera and mobile experience. ZN5 is the first mobile phone to combine Motorola’s ModeShift technology with Kodak Imaging Technology. Together, they redefine the quality, convenience and connectivity of mobile imaging devices. The dedicated, simple share key allows one-touch sharing with friends and family while on the go through access to: picture messaging, T-Mobile MyAlbum, Kodak Gallery and compatible Bluetooth enabled printers.”
“The arrival of the MotoZine ZN5 at T-Mobile provides a new opportunity for customers to instantly capture and share each special moment in their lives,” said Dennis Burke, vice president, Sales, Motorola Mobile Devices. “The MotoZine ZN5 simplifies mobile imaging while empowering users with the tools they traditionally rely on in a digital camera.”