Motorola has teamed up with Kodak to create its new Motozine ZN5 cameraphone.
The ZN5 is the first handset in Motorola's Motozine range of multimedia-optimised devices.
The ZN5 boasts a 5-megapixel auto-focus camera with a Xenon flash and optimised settings for low-light environments. Motorola claims the fastest click-to-click times available.
Kodak software pre-installed on the device allows users to touch up snaps and upload photos to the Kodak Gallery and other picture sharing sites.
"We have redefined the quality, convenience and connectivity of mobile imaging devices," said John Blake, general manager of digital capture and imaging devices group and vice president of the Eastman Kodak Company.
"We have worked closely with Motorola to create a device that not only delivers Kodak-quality pictures, but allows consumers to explore a wide range of options for sharing their photos with friends and family around the world."
The Motozine ZN5 will be available in China in July 2008 and is expected to roll out around the globe throughout the remainder of the year.
Last week rival Sony Ericsson launched its C905 8MP handset which features an 8-megapixel auto-focus camera.
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