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Ilse Jurriën : December 8th 2008 - 06:51 CET
Kodak phone review

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LetsGoMobileKodak phone review at LetsGoMobile : The Motorola ZN5 is the first mobile phone with integrated special Kodak technology, which naturally facilitates shooting when it comes to both quality and speed. This is good to hear, since the latest cameraphones only seem to gain in megapixel amounts and are still stuck with a vast shutter release lag. It is not unlikely we will hear more about this Kodak Imaging Technology in the future. Either way, the Motorola ZN5 Motozine is already famous by now, by the name of Kodak Phone.

• Read our full Kodak phone review at LetsGoMobile.
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Kodak phone review - Sharing pictures online
LetsGoMobile adds: "The main menu offers a Kodak function to do things with your pictures on the spot, such as sharing them online with friends. Pictures made with the Motorola ZN5 are of superb quality. At times when the distance to the subject you want to capture is somewhat larger and it is getting dark, the Xenon flash range proves insufficient. However, in many cases you make perfect pictures even in twilight; pictures that are hard to distinguish from pictures taken by a regular digital camera. The only thing I did miss now and then is an optical zoom."

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Wi-Fi Internet on the Kodak phone
LetsGoMobile adds: "Like any mobile phone, the built-in Internet browser is reasonable. It works quite fast and navigation is fine. In addition to the mobile Internet connection through a network, the Motorola Motozine ZN5 also offers Wi-Fi. It allows connecting the phone to a wireless network in order to surf the Net. Searching an available Wi-Fi network is fast and connecting to it is also easy. The Wi-Fi option on this Motorola ZN5 mobile phone is quite convenient, since you can otherwise only use the slower GPRS."

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Kodak phone test
This promising Kodak phone handset features a 5.0 Megapixel digital camera with special Kodak Imaging Technology. The Motorola ZN5 also offers Wi-Fi, FM radio, Bluetooth and expandable memory. The ins and outs of the new Motorola mobile phone can be read in the following Kodak phone review review at LetsGoMobile.




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