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Kodak optics make a comeback

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Images of a previously unseen Motorola touchscreen handset have made their way onto the web.

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Images courtesy of Engadget

Although the talker’s name hasn’t been leaked, the shots show that the cameraphone has a 5Mp Kodak snapper integrated into its back.

It’s worth noting that Motorola’s already partnered with Kodak to get the camera firm’s optics into its phones, the obvious example being the 5Mp Motozine ZN5.

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5Mp camera included

Specifications weren’t leaked alongside the images, but the pictures do reveal that a Xenon flash fitted. Another image also revealed the presence of a TV connection.

Unfortunaly, we haven’t got any information about a possible launch date or price for the Motorola talker, yet. ®

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