I need not remind you that Motorola phones aren’t quite as popular as they used to be. Back in the day of legendary Zack Morris, Motorola was the be-all and end-all of cell phones. When the RAZR came along, interest was once again renewed. Moto is now in a bit of a designing slump and this latest offering isn’t going to change the situation all that much.
The Motorola ZN200 has officially been announced for the Brazilian market and it has also gone through its paces at the FCC, so there is a distinct possibility that we’ll see the slider in the States as well. The feature set isn’t exactly groundbreaking, but the ZN200 does come with enough to satisfy most basic consumer needs. It’s got a 2 megapixel camera, on-board image editing tools, 30MB internal memory, microSD expansion, and stereo Bluetooth.
Look for the Motorola ZN200 to launch in Brazil in September for $315. It will be available in pink (as shown) or black.