|Even though it hasn't been officially announced yet the Motorola ZN5 has just gone through its first review. Packing some exciting features the ZN5 is probably the most eagerly expected phone by the American company.
The highlight of the Linux-powered device is its 5 megapixel auto focus camera. It comes complete with a protective cover and a xenon flash for better performance in dark environment. The ZN5 is also the first mobile handset to feature shooting in RAW and binned RAW formats (the latter produces lower resolution photos while preserving the full color depth).
Some of the other interesting features of the ZN5 are the morphing keypad like the one of Motorola ROKR E8, the 3.5mm standard audio jack and a microSD card slot. A USB slot, a QVGA display and TV-out port are also in the package but we will have to wait for the official release for the full specs list.
Here are a bunch of live photos for you to see what the Motorola ZN5 looks like in detail.
Motorola ZN5 all around
Motorola ZN5 held in hand
The morphing keypad resembles the one of Motorola ROKR E8
The 5 megapixel camera also has xenon flash and a protective cover
Motorola ZN5 in the wild
We also bring you a couple of samples from the camera of the handset. Bear in mind that it is still in the beta stages of its development so we can't be too demanding.