Motorola ZINE ZN5 Review
The ZINE ZN5 runs on the Linux-Java based OS, which is found in the RAZR2 V8, RIZR Z6, MOTO U9 and ROKR E8. It is superior to the standard software used in other Motorola models including all features, look and user experience. It is neither fast nor slow, the menus are logically structured and the interface looks ok. It lacks a ‘wow’ effect and will not really impress you with anything particular, but it works fine, which is very important.
You won’t find a stapler, paper clips or tape in the Office Tools menu, but all the organizing functions. The File Manager allows you to browse the memory of both the phone and the card, and copy/move files from one destination to another. The Calendar can be previewed for month/week or day and has a lot of options when adding an entry. There are twelve event types (Meeting, Appointment, Anniversary, Birthday, Party and others), subject, location, period, notes, attendees and more.
If you are not a morning person, there are three alarms to help you wake up. The world clock is also limited to three cities only, but has two visualizations options: a map view, or a larger digital clock. The calculator is not a scientific one but it does the basic addition, subtraction, division and multiplication and has a currency converter as well.
1. Vaan (unregistered)
Yeah I know but what's the difference, you'll still get the one you want so it doesn't matter right?
now the camera rating went down from an 8.5 to a 7....and the overall rating went down to a 7.5 :(
ugh...t-moblie got the phone...love that they have their own 3g bandwidth different then the rest of the world...heck for that matter why doesnt at&t use the same one as the rest of the world does...does it just make too much sense to????
Just for reference, its pronounced "zeen" like magazine. Not "z-eye-n"
I've always wondered how these Motorola names are pronounced.... you know, RAZR, KRZR, ...
i've always wondered why hotdogs are sold in packs of 10 and hotdog buns are sold in packs of 8 ;)
5. Armo (unregistered)
the packaging looks sick. i hope it stays the same when t-mobile gets it. this is a great phone. it deserved at least and average of 8.
thats what the average originally was....but then again the review didnt cover the panaramic picture capabilities of the phone like mobile-review did....who really praised this non smart phone and said the camera was better then the n82 and the audio quality is very very good.....seems kinda like a rushed review on this site.