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Motorola Moto ZN300 Description
Motorola Moto ZN300 is an ideal mobile phone for imaging and multimedia enthusiasts. Motorola Moto ZN300 is a compact phone packed with features that lets the user, connect with friends through photos, videos and social networking.
Motorola Moto ZN300 is embedded with 3.1 megapixel camera with LED flash and 8x digital zoom. The dedicated camera keys and a camera mode switch bring all the comforts of a digital camera to the mobile phone.
Motorola Moto ZN300 allows users to tailor images with the "capture" and "review" modes. The 'Stereo Bluetooth' technology allows for wire-free printing and image sharing. Users may store more music and memories as it offers up to 32GB of optional removable memory in addition to the 8MB internal memory feature. Sharing clips via MMS is now made easy with the Motorola Moto ZN300.
Motorola Moto ZN300 provides interface for adding customizable or preloaded transitions and sound effects to videos which may be instantly mixed with photos and audio files for a more professional looking clip. Motorola Moto ZN300 has CrystalTalk technology which reduces background noise. Motorola Moto ZN300 supports Bluetooth profiles including A2DP, HSP and HFP and the same Bluetooth profile, enables communication between the devices. Motorola Moto ZN300 is optimally prized and is the right choice for technically adept consumers and also those on the look out for an upbeat handset.
Motorola Inc. is an American, multinational, telecommunications company based in Schaumburg, Illinois. It is a manufacturer of wireless telephone handsets, also designing and selling wireless network infrastructure equipment such as cellular transmission base stations and signal amplifiers. Motorola's home and broadcast network products include set-top boxes, digital video recorders, and network equipment used to enable video broadcasting, computer telephony, and high-definition television.