We’ve seen the Motorola ZN300 handset get leaked a while ago, but finally here’s the official announcement of the phone. ZN300 has surfaced on Moto’s website, as a cameraphone, although it only packs a 3.1 megapixel sensor with fixed focus, 8x digital zoom, video recording and an LED flash.



Probably the most interesting feature of the device is the Video Mixer app, allowing you to add transitions and audio effects to videos. ZN300 supports quad band GSM connectivity and CDMA/TD SCDMA connectivity, so expect to see it on the Chinese market pretty soon, through China Mobile.

The new Moto phone features a 240 x 320 pixels display, the Opera browser, a microSD card slot (cards up to 32GB) and a 3.5 mm headset jack.

Motorola ZN300 comes with Facebook, YouTube, Myspace apps, email, 8MB of internal memory and a battery that lasts about 435 minutes of talk time and 400 hours, in standby mode. No info on the phone’s launch date and retail price, yet.

[via Unwired View]

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