Motorola ZN5 spy shots are surprising because it looks as though it belongs to the 1990`s design line although Motorola invested a lot of hope and should cash in on the ’sleek’ angles. The photos apparently suggest that the 5 megapixel camera is in fact a Kodak-built unit.
Other features include a 320 x 240 QVGA display, EDGE connectivity, and a Linux-based OS. The phone looks to be fairly slim although the part that stores the Kodak camera module will be thicker, has a curious keypad, a purple dedicated camera button and a Xenon flash alongside the autofocus camera unit. The big question is if this could compete with Sony’s Cybershot camera phones.