Motorola today announced the UK release of the much anticipated MOTO Z10, which makes shooting, editing and sharing videos directly from your mobile easier than ever before. The mobile phone maker also announced the launch of a national consumer Z10 competition to enable budding filmmakers to showcase their work for a top prize of ?10,000. Here is more info:
The MOTO Z10 means that you can be a filmmaker on the fly. It is a complete, pocket-sized, mobile film-studio packed with next-generation 3G technology, which allows you to capture high-quality video, edit clips, create transitions between scenes, and add title slides and a soundtrack. You can even use your mobile network connection to upload your movies and photos directly onto your favourite media-sharing websites. So as soon as you've shot it, your friends and family can be enjoying it ? wherever you are.
The MOTO Z10 features a 3.2 megapixel camera, with instant launch and auto-focus, which captures photos in one second, while the intelligent auto-save automatically names and saves images directly to a media gallery by content type. Not only this, but the MOTO Z10 also demonstrates incomparable media playback capabilities. The crystal-clear 2.2? QVGA screen displays video at 30 frames per second in millions of colours, allowing you to watch your own films and downloaded content. The handset even comes boxed with the entire ?The Bourne Trilogy? already pre-loaded, meaning you can get watching straight away!
The MOTO Z10?s unique ergonomic kick-slider design is built with premium quality materials, including spun stainless steel, polished metallic finish and soft-feel textures. With innovative technology packed into a stylish and sleek design, the MOTO Z10 represents the next generation of mobile device technology for on-the-go visionary consumers.
MOTO Z10 Competition
To celebrate the launch of the MOTO Z10, Motorola is calling all budding Scorseses and frustrated Spielbergs to get involved in its ?DirectorME? short film competition. Entrants have the chance to win a MOTO Z10 and the top prize of ?10,000 - enough to kick-start a career in film-making or just have some serious fun. For more details, check out www.hellomoto.co.uk.
3.2 megapixel camera, Superfast burst mode delivers 3 shots per second
30 frames per second video capture
HSDPA, Symbian UIQ and 3.5G technology
2.2" QVGA display for 30 frames per second video playback
Storyboard editing allows for combination of multiple videos, addition of soundtrack, commentary and visual effects
Future-proofed for up to 32GB microSD card
Instant media download and streaming at HSDPA 3.6Mbps
AMR, AAC AAC+, MP3, WMA, 3GPP, H.263, H.264, MPEG 4
Dimensions: 109x15.5 / 16.5mm
Band: Dual mode UMTS 2100, HSDPA 3.6Mbps Quadband GSM/GPRS/EDGE Class 12
Battery: Li-Ion 1030mAH (up to approximately 5 hours 3G talk time3; 5 hours video playback; 12 hours music playback)
Display: QVGA 16m colour TFT
Connect with Bluetooth wireless technology or with supplied USB cable
MOTOROKR S9 Bluetooth Stereo Headphones
Bluetooth Headset H680 Midnight
Portable Bluetooth Hands-free Speaker T305
Bluetooth Automotive Music & Hands-free System T605
MOTO Z10 is now available for purchase in the UK at O2 retail shops and is expected to be available in the rest of Europe from mid-May. For more information on the MOTO Z10, visit www.hellomoto.co.uk
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