We've been talking about this cellphone for a while, but today Motorola and Kodak officially spilled the beans. As we thought, the ZN5's a phone that's as much camera as phone, with a 5-megapixel Kodak unit on its back. This is quick-launched by sliding the lens cover, and has a Xenon flash, auto-focus and even… »
We've been hearing about a 5-megapixel cameraphone from Motorola and Kodak for more than a year now, but we've only recently seen leaked photos of the actual device. Boy Genius says it's running on Motorola's MOTOMAGX Linux platform and has Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, 100MB internal storage and a ROKR touch wheel. The problems?… »
More photos have emerged of Motorola's upcoming ZN5, and apparently suggest that the 5-megapixel camera is in fact a Kodak-built unit. The photos look pretty genuine, and certainly tally with the images leaked in April, so what else can we tell from them? The phone looks to be fairly slim, has a curious almost… »
Europe is the first port of call for Samsung's G800 multimedia cell phone. With a five-megapixel camera, 3 x optical zoom, Xenon flash, face detection and WDR (Wide Dynamic Range) technology, as well as the ability to take panoramic shots, multi shots and macro shots it's being marketed as the photographer's choice of… »
Sharp Japan has developed a pretty nice digital camera small enough for cellphones. This digicam has a 5-megapixel CCD and also includes 3x optical zoom, somehow. Pogue may say megapixel number is a bunch of hoo-hah, but I don't care as long as my new cellphones can take good voyeuristic shots of the hotties at the… »
Way back in February we first heard word of a pretty fancy phone from LG. The LG KG920 is more of a digital camera that includes phone functionality than a cameraphone. Well, there is some good news and some bad news about this the KG920. The good news is that this phone, six months later, is finally ready for an… »
Sony is torn a new one by Design Technica in this interesting review of this pseudo-SLR with 12x zoom. While the photo quality was good, gimpy software, MemoryStick problems, and general clunkishness made this one a so-so offering in the ultra-zoom category.
The bundled software was the particular sticking point as… »